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Can we fast forward through this week and get to Saturday's Alabama-Texas A&M rematch already? It's not the only game in the SEC this week, but the eyes of college football will be on Johnny Manziel and company as the Aggies attempt to take down the mighty Crimson Tide again.
Here are links about Tide-Aggies and what else is going on around the SEC today:
Texas A&M and Alabama each have reasons for optimism and reasons to worry as they approach Saturday's enormous SEC West rematch in College Station.
AL.com's Andrew Gribble focuses on perhaps the most important matchup in Saturday's Alabama-Texas A&M showdown: the Crimson Tide's running game against Texas A&M's porous defense.
With South Carolina on deck, here are some things Vanderbilt can build upon and some things it still needs to shore up.
Although his defense surrendered just 212 yards to Miami, Florida coach Will Muschamp was critical of the group for allowing the Hurricanes to build some early confidence in Saturday's loss.
Mark Stoops and company are taking Kentucky's rivalry game against Louisville head on as they prepare to play as massive underdogs.
Quarterback James Franklin took the offense upon his shoulders as Missouri held off Toledo's upset bid on Saturday.
Ole Miss is back in the top 25 for the first time since 2009, but now the Rebels face a daunting trip to newly unranked Texas, against a Longhorns team that blew them out a year ago.
The State's Josh Kendall reviews what went wrong for South Carolina's linebackers in Saturday's loss to Todd Gurley and Georgia.
LSU hasn't thrown this much to start the season in a decade, but Zach Mettenberger is looking good doing it thus far.
Saturday's win against South Carolina has changed the outlook this week at Georgia, which enjoys an open date this weekend.
Defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson said Auburn's linebackers played better on Saturday while facing a rushing offense instead of Washington State's pass-happy attack they saw in the opener.
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