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"I guess you've just gotta find something you love to do and then... do it for the rest of your life." - Max Fisher
I agree with you about the East being stronger top to bottom, but no changing of the guard. There is not a team in the east that can beat Bama or LSU if each team plays well.
ULM taking it to the Hogs relentlessly in the second half. Wilson's injury was huge. Arkansas has a miserable defense and an over matched 2nd string QB. Cobi Hamilton misses his other two receivers. ULM QB Kolton Browning is a much better QB now than what LSU saw when we played them last.
I am surprised with all the glitter in recruiting classes how bad Auburn is playing. The OL should be becoming a strength and they aren't. Kiehl Frazier, the QB, looks like he has regressed from his HS days. They are short on RB's a bit after McCalebb, who is small.
Miss State looked good. They will be a lot of trouble at home this year. Am waiting to see them on the road.
A&M's frosh QB Manziel looked great for 2 quarters in his first game. Florida adjusted on both sides of ball and pulled it out. Both teams have some weaknesses on defense, which ironically sort of ruled over the offenses. Driskoll(sp?) the Fla QB played about 1 and a half decent quarters. He may pan out, but right now he is playing underneath his stars. I think LSU and Bama are markedly better than Florida on both sides of ball.
Mizzou deserved to lose for wearing that abominable uniform in its inaugural SEC contest. Georgia wins, but outside of Jarvis Jones and maybe a couple others, their defense can be had. Key is to limit Murray and pass game.
Its early, but Tennessee's effective passing attack is about the most impressive of anything the East has shown to this point. USCe rebounded with a good performance. Don't know how good East Carolina is.
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