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Florida's big win over Ole Miss proved to be a big win on the recruiting trail and the Gators could also add Freddie Swain this week.
For the most part, everything we thought we knew about this league has been turned on its head.
Florida and Michigan are winning. Tennessee is losing. The impact is being felt on the recruiting trail, but just how much?
It was another interesting week in SEC football. Let's look back at some of the highlights of Week 5.
Florida, Georgia and Tennessee were among the SEC teams that had key visitors on campus this past weekend.
The Crimson Tide makes a big jump in this week's SEC bowl projections after hammering Georgia 38-10 on Saturday.
The big mover in this week's SEC Power Rankings was Florida, as the Gators shot up after annihilating previous No. 1 Ole Miss, which fell hard.
The Razorbacks prevailed after a start that couldn't have been any worse, avoiding an 0-2 start in SEC play.
Alex Collins rushed for 154 yards and two touchdowns Saturday as Arkansas defeated Tennessee 24-20 to snap a three-game skid and end its recent history of frustration in close games.
Fans in less than a dozen rows of Neyland Stadium were temporarily asked to leave their seats during Tennessee's game with Arkansas so that authorities could check on an unattended bag.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Misery Bowl in Knoxville has been fun to watch. Good job by Arkansas weathering the opening kickoff TD. Brandon Allen and Alex Collins settling in nicely. Tennessee with a slight edge in first downs (14-12) and yards (275-258). But Joshua Dobbs needs to get going in second half.
Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer
Tennessee has led all four of its games by at least 13 this season but is just 2-2. The Vols were up 14-0 on Arkansas in the first quarter and now it's 14-14
Arkansas pulls even with Tennessee
Dominique Reed turned a short pass into a 33-yard score as he outran the Volunteers' defense to tie the game on ESPN2.
Tennessee vs Georgia Bulldogs
Neyland Stadium - Sat 10/10