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A who's who of Arkansas players wouldn't have been enough against Nick Saban's best Alabama team, writes Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News.
Auburn's defense turns its attention to LSU after being "embarrassed" last season in Baton Rouge.
Arkansas coach John L. Smith has no problem with Tyler Wilson's comments and says Wilson is the spokesman for the team.
Tennessee safety Brian Randolph injures his knee and is expected to miss the rest of the season.
Florida coach Will Muschamp says the unbeaten Gators are buying in.
Georgia moves past the dust-up between defensive coordinator Todd Grantham and Vanderbilt coach James Franklin last year.
LSU is scoring points in bunches, and the Tigers are producing those points in different ways.
Ole Miss' problems in covering the pass are exploited by Texas.
Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen challenges the Bulldogs as they move into the top 25 polls.
South Carolina Steve Spurrier is optimistic that quarterback Connor Shaw will be able to play Saturday against Missouri.
Gary Pinkel's comment questioned James Franklin's desire, writes Blair Kerkhoff of the Kansas City Star.
Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin says quarterback Johnny Manziel needs to keep improving for SEC defenses.
Vanderbilt coach James Franklin isn't saying who his quarterback will be this weekend against Georgia.