Sunday, September 9, 2012

SEC Weekend Roundup: Arkansas, Auburn, Missouri, Texas AM, and Vanderbilt All Hit The Snooze Button

Miss State 28 Auburn 10

Dan Mullen was 0-12 against non-Ole Miss SEC West teams before Saturday. Gene Chizik is looking more and more like the coach everyone thought he was post-Iowa State and pre-Cam Newton.

South Carolina 48 East Carolina 10

The only thing Steve Spurrier likes more than a QB controversy (backup Dylan Thompson threw for 300 yards in Connor Shaw's absence) is blow out wins.

Florida 20 Texas AM 17

This was the best sign at Gameday. Too bad the Aggies wasn't as innovative (where have you gone Ryan Tannehill and girlfriend fiance?)

Alabama 35 Western Kentucky 0

I think Nick Saban called bad plays just to get his team believing they weren't quite as good as everyone (except Nick Saban) makes them out to be.

Tennessee 51 Georgia State 13

Bill Curry brought his fourth different program to Knoxville. Results were much the same.

Ole Miss 28 UTEP 10

The Rebels welcome another Texas team this week as in the Longhorns. Single men should be flocking to Oxford.

LSU 41 Washington 3

The Pac 12 had a really good day on Saturday. UCLA beat Nebraska. Oregon State beat Wisconsin. And then there was Washington.

Louisiana-Monroe 34 Arkansas 31

I could swear the ULM QB was faster than the Razorback defensive back on the War Hawks game winning touchdown. I think Razorback fans would totally forgive love Jeff Long for re-hiring Bobby Petrino.

Kentucky 47 Kent State 14

Wildcats totally exacted revenge on the Golden Flashes from the NCAA Baseball Tournament last Spring.  

Georgia 41 Missouri 20

I think Sheldon Richardson learned what a real defensive lineman looks like when he stared at John Jenkins, Abry Jones, Kwame Geathers, and company. 

Northwestern 23 Vanderbilt 13

James Franklin could easily step into politics if this football coaching thing doesn't work out. 

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