With two big conference games (No. 6 Alabama vs. No. 10 LSU and No. 18. Arkansas vs. No. 19 South Carolina) on the books, plus Florida vs. Vandy, you’ll excuse the rest of the SEC for taking a week off, though can any week ever really be a week off if you’re Tennessee or Ole Miss?
The Georgia Bulldogs have the squishiest cupcake of them all, and quite possibly the sweetest, moistest confection any FBS team has torn into all season. The Idaho St. Bengals’ only win came against a winless NAIA team. We’re not even mad; that’s amazing. How did Damon Evans even find this school?
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The Kentucky Wildcats welcome the crop’s second least impressive opponent, the Charleston Southern Buccaneers. The Bucs at least have two wins over teams you’ve never heard of.
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Auburn’s cupcake actually has a little grit to it, as the Chattanooga Mocs are one of the nation’s best FCS teams. The Mocs went on a five-game win streak, including a defeat of Georgia Southern, and fell just short against Jax State and App State. Not only do the Auburn Tigers have the nation’s best collection of FBS wins, they’ll also have one of the best FCS wins.
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The Tennessee Volunteers and Mississippi Rebels, the two SEC teams least qualified to be handling good crappy teams, draw the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns and Memphis Tigers respectively. Memphis is pretty terrible and an especially bad Sun Belt team, but they did beat what might be the best team in Tennessee: the Middle Tennessee St. Blue Raiders.