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SEC Perspectives: Week 10

We visit the other SEC SB Nation sites to see how everyone is reacting to Saturday's games.

Scott Cunningham

Roll Bama Roll: Bama Survives In Comeback Win For the Ages

LSU has an upset of top-ranked Alabama firmly in their grasp, but the Crimson Tide steals a victory in the closing seconds with a comeback for the ages.

And The Valley Shook: That Sucked

I have no computer and my cellphone is dead. I'm also pretty darn hungover. So sorry about no post game thread but it would have been largely incoherent. The morning after and I still have no words.


Good Bull Hunting: #BlackAvalanche12 For Texas A&M On This Saturday

Coach Kevin Sumlin and his Aggies emptied their second SEC stadium by half in as many weeks.

For Whom The Cowbell Tolls: Mississippi State-Texas A&M Quick Hits

Got a feeling there will not be a #snowbowl14 campaign.


Alligator Army: Florida vs. Missouri: Gators Survive, 14-7

The Gators did just enough to get the win over Mizzou, which is always better than not doing enough.

Rock M Nation: Florida 14, Mizzou 7: Encouragement + Frustration

2012 Mad Lib: The Mizzou Defense shows well, but [injury-plagued sieve of an offensive line -or- woefully inaccurate quarterback] leads to too many offensive miscues.


Anchor of Gold: Vanderbilt Shuts Out Kentucky 40-0 In Historic Beatdown

The 'Dores showed off an improved offense as they marched towards a second straight bowl bid.Jordan Rodgers passed for 220 yards and the Vanderbilt defense held tight as the Commodores recorded their first SEC shutout in 44 years on Saturday, routing Kentucky 40-0 in Lexington.

A Sea of Blue: Vanderbilt Commodores 40, Kentucky Wildcats Bupkis: Postmortem

Let's be honest, this is officially rock bottom. In fact, I'm not sure that we haven't broken out the jackhammers. The white flag has been flown, and this Kentucky Wildcats team has officially packed it in.


DawgSports: Georgia Bulldogs 37, Ole Miss Rebels 10: Taking Care of Business

The Red and Black overcame a slow start and the expected letdown, avoided a 1976-style loss to Ole Miss following an enormous conference victory, won by a suitably sizable margin against a dangerous opponent that scored more points and surrendered fewer against the reportedly invincible Alabama Crimson Tide, and set the stage for a 2002-like battle on the Plains in the South’s Oldest Rivalry to determine whether the Bulldogs win the Eastern Division. You know what? I’ll take that every day of the week, and twice on Saturday.

Red Cup Rebellion: Sunday Hangover: Ole Miss Rebels 10 - Georgia Bulldogs 37

To put it simply, yesterday's loss is frustrating. It's frustrating because there were so many moments which could have been big for the Rebels or, rather, not as big for Georgia. We couldn't capitalize; they could.


Rocky Top Talk: Everything Is Fine, Nothing Is Ruined: Tennessee 55 Troy 48

Tennessee did allow 48 points and 722 yards against Troy. But it's okay, because Troy has a really good offense. What? They only put up 14 on North Texas? Sorry about that.


College and Magnolia: Auburn 42, New Mexico State 7: Tigers Win, Enjoy It

Was this an impressive win? No. Auburn was far from perfect, and New Mexico State is legitimately one of the worst teams in college football. But that doesn't matter.