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SEC Football Scores And Updates: Georgia Bulldogs, Auburn Tigers, And Florida Gators Rolling; Step It Up, Kentucky

It's cupcake morning here in SEC country, and this frosting is delicious, unless if you're Kentucky. It's sad to throw Vandy in there, but when you're losing even worse than Idaho State is, these are the breaks.

The Florida Gators lead the Vanderbilt Commodores 41-0 late in the second, already Florida's second biggest offensive outburst of the season. Maybe there's something to that slapped-together hurry-up/triple-quarterback offense after all? Then again the Dores have only gained 49 yards, so it looks like game balls for everyone in Nashville.

The Auburn Tigers have put 41 points on the Chattanooga Mocs, but have also given up a touchdown early in the second. Cam Newton is playing, and has already thrown four touchdowns and ran for another. Seriously, we get it Auburn. You're playing Cam Newton whether the NCAA likes it or not.

Georgia's lead on Idaho State has increased to 41-0 since I started typing this. You can review the Dawgs' first quarter here, and I refuse to type another word about this spectacle until it's over.

In a relative slugfest, the Kentucky Wildcats only lead Charleston Southern 28-14 at the half. It was actually tied halfway through the second, believe it or not IT'S KENTUCKY so you totally believe it.

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.