The SEC is currently 6-2, with the only losses being to Missouri (over Arkansas) and Michigan (over Florida). I think it's pretty obvious that Arkansas just didn't care, and Florida has no defense. Other than that, the SEC has had a tremendous showing in the bowl games. LSU looks to continue that streak next Monday night. Georgia put a beatdown of epic proportions on Hawaii last night. It was 38-3 midway through the 3rd quarter, and it could've been a lot worse than the 41-10 final score.
Bama basketball looked worse than I've EVER seen them. At least against Georgetown and Texas A&M we put up a fight on a visitor's floor, and a neutral floor, but playing Clemson at home in Coleman Coliseum, we still couldn't muster up anything. The team just looked bad. We're gonna have some trouble playing Ole Miss and Tennessee this season, because we can't handle the press.
Wallace Gilberry has some words of wisdom for the Tide players next season: "If these guys buy into what coach (Nick) Saban has been telling us all season," Gilberry said, "they'll be sitting pretty good next year." Seriously, this team could have been tremendous if everyone had bought in from the get-go. It's going to a fun future in Tuscaloosa.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution goes into detail about Georgia's whipping of Hawaii in last night's Sugar Bowl, and goes on to discuss how great the Bulldogs will be next season. I can't wait until we get to play them in Athens next September. It's gonna be great. Read more here.