SEC Football: Monday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent IOctober 4, 2010

TUSCALOOSA, AL - OCTOBER 02:  Quarterback Greg McElroy #12 of the Alabama Crimson Tide looks to pass against the Florida Gators at Bryant-Denny Stadium on October 2, 2010 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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There is no question that Alabama is the top team in the country. But everything can change on any given Saturday, which makes this weekend’s bout with South Carolina even more interesting.

Arkansas head coach Bobby Petrino after the Razorbacks’ loss to Alabama: “We just need to respond well after this game. It's going to be hard and it will take some time.” The Hogs will take on Texas A&M this weekend in the 67th meeting between the two schools.

Thirty-three freshmen or sophomores played against Louisiana-Monroe on Saturday for Auburn.

Florida finally received the loss they were asking for. How long can you play poorly and get away with wins?

Freshman linebacker T.J. Stripling will need season-ending surgery after suffering a right knee injury for Georgia against Colorado this past Saturday.

In Kentucky’s loss to Ole Miss on Saturday, quarterback Mike Hartline was—I never thought I would say this—the Wildcats’ best player.

If you failed to see how Louisiana State won on Saturday, you can check it out HERE.

The defensive play for Mississippi was enough to spark the Rebels’ first SEC win of the year.

Mississippi State crushed Alcorn State on Saturday to go over .500 for the first time since beating Memphis to start the year.

ESPN's College GameDay will be at South Carolina as the Gamecocks take on No. 1 Alabama this Saturday.

Some are calling Tennessee’s “too-many-men-on-the-field” penalty the “Dooley 13” play.

Vanderbilt has to be embarrassed, being just the second BCS team to fall to a Big East squad all year.