- Chris Low, ESPN Senior Staff Writer
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A check of what's shaking in the world of SEC football:
Alabama's Damion Square has learned quickly about how deep-rooted the Alabama-Tennessee rivalry is.
With its "goal still intact," Georgia is focused on winning out the rest of the way.
Tennessee's players hold a players-only meeting and insist "things are going to change."
With its SEC losing streak in the rear-view mirror, Ole Miss remains focused.
Vanderbilt coach James Franklin wants more from the fans this weekend.
LSU's defense has Johnny Football on its mind.
Florida is not wowed by its No. 2 ranking in the first BCS standings.
Gainesville is abuzz as Florida prepares to face South Carolina.
Florida expects to get back five starters for this weekend.
Auburn's free-fall is unprecedented in the modern era.
Kentucky athletic director Mitch Barnhart has a tough decision to make, writes Mark Story of The Lexington Herald-Leader.
Ron Morris of The State newspaper hands out his awards for the top SEC players at the midway point.
Missouri's offensive line gets revenge after the dangerous tackle by Alabama's LaMichael Fanning.
Mississippi State senior guard Tobias Smith soldiers on despite injuries.
A check of what's shaking in the world of SEC football: Alabama's Damion Square has learned quickly about how deep-rooted the Alabama-Tennessee rivalry is.