In part I we looked at Kentucky at South Carolina and Florida at LSU. So now, we'll have a look at the other two big games of this weekend, Georgia at Tennessee and Vanderbilt at Auburn.
Quinton McDawg thinks that Neyland Stadium in Knoxville isn't quite as scary this year, despite the 102,037 screaming orange maniacs likely to be there this weekend. He also wonders about Vol attire:
Neyland does still deserve a couple of accolades. It is still home to the largest concentration of orange track suits on the planet. Why do Vol fans so adore orange track suits? Is it because Phil wears one to, uh, conceal things?
RustyTanton at Rocky Top Talk notes that Mark Richt has never lost in Neyland, and thinks that if LaMarcus Coker can get going, things might turn around. He also quotes Orson Swindle of EDSBS:
Tennessee's defense has been a "polite audience" for opposing offenses this year (h/t Orson Swindle for that phrase).
Diezba writing for Star and Stripe notes that Vanderbilt is getting noticed for its defense, second in the SEC overall. He realizes that Auburn is a "huge test" for the 'Dores on the Plains this weekend, but he just isn't sure Auburn is really
Meanwhile, Jay Coulter of Track Em Tigers sees danger this weekend coming off the huge upset of the Gators, and notes that Tommy Tubberville is concerned as well. Injuries to key players and some other factors are conspiring to make the Plainsmen nervous, and Earl Bennett of Vandy is a big reason as well.