Week 6

After this weekend there is much uncertainty in the SEC. Nobody could have guessed what happened this weekend, and if you did then you need to go buy a ticket to Vegas because you are one of the luckiest people on this Earth.

Tennessee vs. Georgia

What if? That is the question so many Georgia fans were asking this past weekend.

What if Nick Chubb hadn’t gotten hurt in the first quarter? What if Reggie Davis caught that ball? What if Josh Dobbs doesn’t have one of the greatest performances of his career? After one of the wildest endings in the history of football the Tennessee Volunteers were FINALLY able to pull off a win. Vol Nation you finally get that SEC victory you were looking for, and not just any team but one of the toughest teams in the SEC. With back to back losses and Chubb out of the equation, Bulldog fans should be concerned about the rest of this season.

LSU vs. South Carolina

The most frustrating part about the Gamescock’s is that they show these glimpses of greatness, but then they go back to that sloppy undisciplined South Carolina we all have learned to expect. There was one play in particular. LSU’s freshman running back, Derrius Guice, should have been tackled 5 yards behind the line of scrimmage, but he eludes. Guice then gets stopped at the line of scrimmage, but breaks that tackle. He then goes on to break 5 more tackles during that same play for a 39 yard touchdown. So what should have been a 5 yard loss turned into a 39 yard touchdown. I can promise you that the HBC’s visor was thrown once or twice during the game.

Arkansas vs. Alabama

There’s not much to say about this one, except for the fact that Chris has been right about Arkansas since the beginning. Not only did Chris predict that Arkansas would not be as good as the “experts” said they would be, but he also predicted that their defense would be the reason for that. Alabama was able to bounce back from a shaky start to score 24 out of their 27 points in the second half.

Florida at Missouri

Florida fans I hope you enjoyed your last blowout win this year. Will Grier is the Gator’s false prophet. He promised them so much, and looked like the real deal. However it turns out that it wasn’t just Grier that was helping them win, it was also performance enhancing drugs. Come on man, why did you have to go and give Florida fans all of this hope to just break their delicate little hearts. For the record our mother, yes our mother, predicted that Will Grier was using performance enhancers. What’s the moral of the story here boys and girls? Momma’s always right, and cheating gets you nowhere in life.

Other Games

After getting beat up by Florida and Texas A&M last week Ole Miss and Mississippi State took all of their anger and frustration out on their smaller, weaker, little brother.



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