Maybe we've devised a way that mighty Florida could lose an SEC game this season.
What if you compiled an SEC West all-star team to combat the Gators? Would that help?
Kidding, of course. LSU's got a shot this week. Especially if Superman doesn't suit up.
It's showdown week in the SEC. A lot of teams have something big on the line.
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The Tigers and the Gators are the featured game, sure. Here's the key to the game: LSU's offensive line.
If the Tigers can't run the ball and protect Jordan Jefferson against that frightening Florida front, they'll have no chance. And that's with or without Tim Tebow.
Beyond the Bayou, don't forget about Alabama and Ole Miss. And Auburn has a big test at Arkansas.
No, not sold on Auburn just yet. That late-season gauntlet will get the Tigers by more than a toe. But give Chizik credit. He's rallying a program that booed his hiring.
You have to continue to be impressed with him. He's not going to be the most statistically flashy QB in the league but he's getting better. And he's playing his tail off. Don't understate just how sore he was last week.
A lot of teams might've folded after giving up a TD in the final minute or so. But the Tigers marched down the field at Georgia to stay undefeated. Their reward? Top-ranked Florida.
Just all around blegh for the division. Its only win was South Carolina, which led a decent FCS school 10-7 at halftime. For the record, Florida had a bye.
Unless players are pulling out cellphones or Sharpies, or performing lewd acts, let 'em play. Would still like to know what prompted those calls in Athens.
You, sir, have earned an honorary spot here. See previous weeks for explanation.
By the numbers
29 - Number of points Gators have given up in four games. With a week of rest, can they hold LSU in check?
1937 - The last time neither Tennessee nor Georgia were ranked when the teams met.
17 - Number of Gamecocks freshmen on the two-deep. SEC says they're the youngest team in SEC. Not even that close.
Quote of the week:
"I think he's probably still just scratching the surface of what he can do." - Georgia coach Mark Richt on A.J. Green, after calling sophomore from Summerville one of the best receivers in America.