Through two weeks, Alabama has outscored two SEC opponents by a score of 125-3 and is the front runner barreling toward a fourth straight SEC championship and berth in the College Football Playoff.
Alabama, Georgia and Auburn have separated themselves in a big way. All three had impressive victories Saturday — a combined margin of victory of 156-13, to be exact, all against league rivals — and all three still look like solid candidates for New Year’s Day 6 bowls.
Ole Miss trailed the entire first set before conceding a final score of 25-22. It did, however, stay within striking distance throughout the set, despite Georgia’s incredible play and .375 hitting percentage. Ole Miss even had a chance to steal the set while down 23-22 before two clutch Georgia plays sealed the deal.
Mad Chatter: What if Scott Frost jumps to the SEC?; Husker volleyball's big weekend; farewell to the Royals
I'll have much more Husker football stuff in a special(!!) Tuesday
Chatter. Stuff more pertinent to Nebraska-Wisconsin. But for now, let's
address a subplot.
Imagine this scenario: Tennessee fires Butch Jones sometime in October (heck, maybe today). And behind the scenes, the Vols start pursuing replacements, including Scott Frost.
Before expounding on the sad state of affairs masquerading as LSU football, a disclaimer is in order. SEC football and its failing quest of regaining swagger is a problem throughout most of the conference. There is an argument about SEC dominance based on national championships. We made it a couple of weeks ago, SEC has 11 national championships in 21 seasons.