Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
A check of what's making headlines around the SEC:
The Hogs have no time to wallow in their sorrow as they turn their attention to Alabama this week.
After another lackluster defensive effort at Arkansas, the heat is back on Georgia defensive coordinator Willie Martinez, writes Jeff Schultz of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin is exonerated at the Swamp, writes Geoff Calkins of The Memphis Commercial Appeal.
With Vanderbilt's passing game struggling, coach Bobby Johnson may look at going some with Mackenzi Adams at quarterback.
Auburn is taking its 3-0 start and win over West Virginia in stride. Coach Gene Chizik said there's still a ways to go on defense after giving up 509 yards to the Mountaineers.
Florida and Kentucky both have plenty to prove this Saturday at Commonwealth Stadium, writes John Clay of The Lexington Herald-Leader.
LSU's defense makes a comeback in its last two games, moving up to 14th nationally in scoring defense.
Three games in, it looks like seven true freshmen are in line to contribute this season for Alabama.