- Chris Low, ESPN Senior Staff Writer
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Spanning the SEC football globe:
The stakes elevate what was already a fierce rivalry between Florida and Georgia, writes Pat Dooley of The Gainesville Sun.
Georgia fullback Alexander Ogletree tweets about rushing the field after the Bulldogs' first touchdown.
Georgia safety Shawn Williams stays true to himself with his comments.
Tennessee defensive coordinator Sal Sunseri sees improvement despite the losses.
Is South Carolina or Tennessee a better coaching job?
Auburn running backs coach Curtis Luper has no problem with Tre Mason calling for the ball.
Freshman receiver Amari Cooper is becoming a go-to target for Alabama in the passing game.
Texas A&M coordinators Kliff Kingsbury and Mark Snyder talk about the matchup with Auburn.
David Climer wonders if Saturday's game at South Carolina is the beginning of the end for Tennessee's Derek Dooley.
Arkansas' Terrell Williams takes on a leadership role at linebacker.
Ole Miss freshman defensive tackle Issac Gross may be undersized, but he hasn't been under-productive for the Rebels.
The SEC's top rusher, Mississippi State's LaDarius Perkins, takes his shot against the nation's No. 1 defense.
A win over Alabama would be a great step forward for Mississippi State's program.
LSU's Les Miles will enjoy another night at home, but he'll be paying close attention.
SEC defenses have put the brakes on Missouri's offense.
Kentucky's running backs are pushing each other to get better.
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