Friday is finally here, which means it's time for Week 2 in college football. Take one last look around the SEC before the teams hit the field Saturday.
Whether at Florida or South Carolina, Steve Spurrier has always had Georgia's number. This weekend, he'll go for win No. 16 against the Bulldogs, more than any other coach.
In Georgia's 38-35 loss to Clemson last weekend, the Bulldogs were without Josh Harvey-Clemons. On Saturday, he's expected to play and could be the X-factor for UGA's defense.
When Florida travels to Miami this weekend, it will be an emotional homecoming for wide receiver Quinton Dunbar, who attended high school in the Miami area.
Alabama defensive lineman Dalvin Tomlinson injured his knee in practice this week and will undergo surgery.
LSU's La'El Collins moved from left guard to left tackle before the season. He's found his home. Collins was named the SEC offensive lineman of the week after a dominant performance against TCU in the season opener.
Ole Miss linebacker linebacker D.T. Shackleford missed two seasons with a torn ACL. When he played in the season opener against Vanderbilt, he fulfilled his quest to return to the football field.
When Auburn running back Corey Grant raced past the defense for a 75-yard touchdown run in the season opener, it had been a long time coming for the Alabama transfer.
Auburn is on upset alert this weekend against Arkansas State, Gus Malzahn's former team.
Arkansas running back Kiero Small makes big impression in Brett Bielema's debut with the Razorbacks.
At Western Kentucky, new coach Bobby Petrino is starting the season with back-to-back games against the SEC. After a victory over Kentucky in the opener, the Hilltoppers face Tennessee on Saturday.