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Posted: October 20, 2011 12:26 p.m.

Prevost: Deep thoughts around the SEC

With six weeks left in the regular season, it’s time to reflect on the teams of the finest conference in all of college football. A just-past-midseason assessment is appropriate given that most SEC teams are off this week — or they might as well be. Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and Mississippi State are off. Alabama has the equivalent of an off week against Tennessee, as does Arkansas against the menacing Ole Miss Black Bears.

Other than LSU/Auburn, there’s virtually nothing of consequence going on in the SEC this Saturday, so please join me for in-depth, highly serious look around the conference. And look out, folks, I’m slinging arrows here.

Alabama: The most difficult decision Nick Saban has made all season is how much hairspray to use. After all, how much coaching is required to watch Trent Richardson run all over the field and let your dominating defense smother opposing offenses? That will change in two weeks when Les Miles and his Bayou Bengals come to T-town.

 

LSU: The most difficult decision Les Miles has made all season is how to construct intelligible sentences. After all, how much coaching is required to watch the Tigers’ host of running backs run all over the field and let your dominating defense smother opposing offenses? That will change in two weeks when Nick Saban and his Crimson Tide await the Tigers in T-town.

Arkansas

 

 

Mississippi State

 

 

Ole Miss

 

 

Auburn

 

 

South Carolina

 

 

: There may not be another one-loss team in the country more under the radar than South Carolina. They control their own destiny in the SEC East but you get the feeling that neither the

: The Plainsmen had their time last year, yet we’re still hearing about Cam Newton and the NCAA’s investigation. Auburn, please do us all a favor. Exit at stage left and let LSU and Alabama do their thing.
: Pathetic. Just pathetic.
: Perhaps the most disappointing team in the conference. It may have something to do with head coach Dan Mullen’s uncanny resemblance to Cousin Eddie from the "Vacation" films. Go ahead and Google Cousin Eddie and then Dan Mullen to see what I’m talking about.
: The Razorbacks are having another excellent season and are ranked a surprising #9 in the BCS rankings. Not surprisingly, no one cares.

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