My note: ESPN.com blogger Dennis Dodd may have the only realistic view on Saturday’s mayhem that I have read yet. Nobody in the world would have picked James Madison over Virginia Tech, so who is to say there won’t be another incredible upset this year?
It is hard to imagine Alabama needing some help, but they got some on defense.
Thus far in the young season, Arkansas has turned the ball over six times against the likes of Tennessee Tech and Louisiana-Monroe.
Auburn head coach Gene Chizik needs his running backs to step it up.
The offensive output for Florida has truly been anemic, and may have been nonexistent if it were not for Jeffery Demps.
Through two games, Georgia star wide receiver AJ Green has yet to see the field. But his appeal to a suspension could be reviewed and made official as early as Tuesday.
With an offense that is producing, Kentucky head coach Joker Phillips now needs his defense to come together.
After two fumbles against North Carolina, Louisiana State running back Stevan Ridley had a day against Vanderbilt.
We have seen two sides of Mississippi thus far. Where do they go from here?
With their win over Georgia, South Carolina leaped up the national polls.
Tennessee gave up more points to Oregon at home on Saturday than any other non-conference team since 1988.
It’s back-to-basics for Vanderbilt’s offense; the Commodores may shorten their playbook.