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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by MtownGator, Oct 19, 2013.
Just crazy -
Who would have thought so many teams would rise up and so many others would fall.
I had a cub scout camping trip to spearhead today but I had to come home late for a software deployment. While there, no cell reception and one of our neighbors knew I was a Gator fan and set me up real good. First, he said Georgia lost. Then he said USCe lost. Then, as I was about to do a backflip, he said Florida got raped. Talk about letting the air out all at once.
Another one bites the dust.
Ole Miss kicked a 41 yard field goal on the last play of the game to win it.
Ole Miss 27
Well, it's not like Vanderbilt won. No, wait...
FSU will move to #3 in the poll released tomorrow.
So Ole Miss is down a ton of starters, yet was able to beat LSU that ran all over us.
SEC cannibalized itself today, bunch of teams knocked out of NC consideration. Basically just Auburn Mizzou and Bana left.
Fun to watch the upsets though.
Yes once again -- another season -- the SEC eats their young to win games -
At least Bama held up their end of the deal.
Haha comical go mizzou
What I don't get is how the offenses work so well even when losing. I wonder how that's done.
Bama and Missouri are clearly in the driver's seat
Missouri's remaining SEC schedule.
Oct. 26 South Carolina
Nov. 2 Tennessee
Nov. 9 at Kentucky
Nov. 23 at Ole Miss
Nov. 30 Texas A&M
They are in the driver's seat but it won't be easy.
Alabama's remaining SEC schedule.
Oct. 26 Tennessee
Nov. 9 LSU
Nov. 16 at Mississippi State
Nov. 30 at Auburn
Driver's seat also. Wouldn't have thought this a week ago but their biggest challenge may be Auburn.