The Southeastern Conference is known for having the nation's best college football teams. In the preseason polls, six SEC teams were ranked in the Top 25, with two—Alabama and LSU—in the top three.
And that doesn't even take into account this amazing fact: SEC teams have won the last six BCS Championship games.
Through Saturday's games, SEC teams had gone 9-1 against non-conference teams, with one game rained out —Texas A&M vs. La. Tech— and one left to play—Kentucky vs. Louisville—on Sunday.
If Kentucky is able to defeat its in-state rival, the conference could go an amazing 10-1 to open the 2012 season.
But, despite all of those victories, not every SEC team looked great on Saturday.
Here's a graded look at each team.