Nov 16, 2013; Auburn, AL, USA; Auburn Tigers quarterback Nick Marshall (14) celebrates with fans after the Tigers beat the Georgia Bulldogs 43-38 at Jordan Hare Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Reed-USA TODAY Sports
Alabama Crimson Tide: They didn’t look themselves on Saturday in the win over Mississippi State, but they’re still on track for the title game once again. Well, that’s if they can even get past these miracle men…
Auburn Tigers: Auburn took care of Georgia in one of the more improbable fashions in history with that last minute Hail Mary play from Marshall to Louis. With a week off now, the Iron Bowl against the Tide will be for all the SEC West marbles.
Texas A&M Aggies: The Aggies were off this week and they’ll now get set to take on LSU to try and avenge one of their losses from last season on the road in Death Valley.
South Carolina Gamecocks: They made it real tough on themselves against a lackluster Florida team, but the Gamecocks were still able to escape with the win.
Missouri Tigers: The leaders of the SEC East were off this week, but they have a tough test coming up this week against a very good Ole Miss team.
Ole Miss Rebels: After dismantling Troy from the Sun Belt Conference, the Rebs will seek their eighth win of the year against the aforementioned Mizzou team.
Georgia Bulldogs: I mean, there’s not really much to say, except to tell the defensive backs to start batting the ball directly into the ground anymore in the case of Hail Mary’s. That aside, though, it was a tremendous comeback attempt on a very good Auburn team.
LSU Tigers: After getting hammered by Alabama, the Tigers had a week off and now will see of they can cool Johnny Manziel and Texas A&M down for the second straight season.
Vanderbilt Commodores: The Commodores took care of Kentucky, as expected, and will now take on the in-state rival Tennessee Volunteers to see if they can even up their SEC record at 4-4.
Mississippi State Bulldogs: You really have to wonder whether or not the cowbells would still be ringing two days later if the Bulldogs had any sort of offense against Alabama.
Florida Gators: The Gators almost got a huge confidence boost by taking down South Carolina, but they fell just short with their depleted roster. This year just needs to end for Muschamp and company.
Tennessee Volunteers: Butch Jones and his team enjoyed a bye week and now will look for their fifth win on the year against Vanderbilt.
Kentucky Wildcats: After a tough loss to Vandy, Mark Stoops still doesn’t have an SEC win in his first season. It doesn’t look like he’ll get it this week neither as they’re going to face a very angry Georgia team.
Arkansas Razorbacks: Bret Bielema and his Hogs were on a bye, and will now welcome in Mississippi State to Fayetteville.
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