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Alabama and LSU have continued to roll through opponents like they aren't there and Tennessee will need a miracle to beat either of them.
Every other team Tennessee will play this season, however, is far from perfect.
Georgia has beaten Coastal Carolina, an Ole Miss team which is possibly the worst in the SEC and a very overrated Mississippi State squad. They have lost to South Carolina and Boise State. Not an impressive resume.
LSU and Alabama are ranked No. 1 and 3 in the country by the AP for a good reason.
South Carolina is now in the middle of a quarterback controversy and lost to Auburn on Saturday. Despite Marcus Lattimore and Alshon Jeffery's best efforts, the team isn't very good. South Carolina's biggest win thus far is a 24-21 victory over Navy.
South Carolina's only wins against opponents with a winning season are Georgia (see above paragraph) and Vanderbilt.
Arkansas has a high powered offense, but they were embarrassed by Alabama in Week 4, losing 38-14. They bounced back this week, sneaking a 42-38 win on a Texas A&M team that started playing prevent defense too early. A&M led the entire game until the last score.
Until the win against Texas A&M, the only teams Arkansas had beaten were Missouri State, New Mexico and Troy. None of those teams play in a BCS conference.
With chinks appearing in the armor of Tennessee's tough SEC schedule, the possibility of an upset or two is looking good.