As you can see, things look a little different around here. Credit goes to the overlords at Bloguin, who hired people who know what they're doing and said, "MAKE THIS BETTER NO BREAKS HURRY UP." So good ol' boy backslaps to all involved. Well done.
However, it appears my last post recapping the weekend was sucked into an Internet black hole, never to be seen again. Alas, I'm sure it was some quality writing that brought joy to eights of eights of people. But, because I am such a benevolent person (DEBATABLE), here's a quick summary of what I think I said for each game. The real tragedy in all of this is that the numbers for the Jevan Snead Award For Outstanding Achievement In The Field Of Quarterbacking Failure were lost, which means I'll have to go back and recount all of them. UGH.
Edit: Thanks to reader Andrew, the lost post has been recovered, which you can find below this one. For his services, I recommended that he give himself $20.
Arkansas 24, Auburn 7
Clint Moseley: A taller, slower version of Kiehl Frazier.
Mississippi State 27, Kentucky 14
Dan Mullen is unhappy that his team can't put teams away. The best way to change this is just go ahead and schedule all the SWAC teams.
Florida 14, LSU 6
LSU is currently running the Houston Nutt/David Lee offense, with less creativity (note: Still checking to see if this is scientifically possible). If you wondered why LSU's defense collapsed late against the Florida running game, look no further than being on the field for 37 minutes thanks to an offense that, after the opening field goal drive, had 8 of its last 11 possessions last 3 plays or fewer.
Vanderbilt 19, Missouri 15
I'm sure I wrote something VERY clever about James Franklin (Todd Grantham nemesis version) bringing the Commodores back to Woody Widenhofer days (pre-toll both days).
Texas A&M 30, Ole Miss 27
Counting the fourth down stop, Ole Miss was +5 in the turnover department. That advantage netted them three total points, which is how you lose games team try to let you win. And the SEC losing streak marches on at 16 (87.5% Houston Nutt, 12.5% Hugh Freeze), but at least non-laughable football is being played.
South Carolina 35, Georgia 7
Spurrier has beaten Georgia many, many ways, but never by refusing to throw. The Gamecocks threw only 10 passes and ran and ran and ran, while its defense unhinged its jaw and ate Georgia's offense.
Also, go to here to see the finest Steve Spurrier impression ever produced.