Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
A glimpse of what's making headlines around the SEC:
Despite a lot of extra attention this season by defenses, Georgia receiver A.J. Green is the fire that leads the Bulldogs' offense, writes David Hale of The Macon Telegraph.
Rick Bozich of The Louisville Courier-Journal writes that Bobby Petrino shares part of the blame for Louisville's decline.
George Diaz of The Orlando Sentinel writes that everybody's hating on Lane Kiffin because they're jealous.
Dropped passes in the first two games don't deter Florida's Deonte Thompson, nor do they deter Tim Tebow's confidence in Thompson.
Tennessee receiver Gerald Jones denies that he and quarterback Jonathan Crompton got into a spat following the Vols' 19-15 loss to UCLA.
Auburn coach Gene Chizik might be satisfied with being 2-0, but he's not necessarily satisfied with the way the Tigers are playing.
Mississippi State will stick with the two-quarterback system of Tyson Lee and Chris Relf against Vanderbilt.
Quarterback Stephen Garcia and the South Carolina offense still have a few kinks to work out, but there's definitely been progress.