Here's the RTT ballot for the second SEC Power Poll, hosted by SB Nation South Carolina blog Garnet and Black Attack.
- LSU. Yikesamighty.
- Florida. Tebow had five touchdowns. Florida had 42 unanswered points in the first half. I have palpitations.
- Steve Spurrier. The man is getting downright cocky again. I said it in the preseason, and I'll say it again now: that is not a good sign.
- Arkansas. DNP.
- Georgia. No TDs against Spurrier? Really? Give Stafford a keg to throw. Maybe he could get that into the end zone.
- Tennessee. Our defense acquitted themselves quite nicely in the second half against a good Southern Miss team, thank you very much. We're keeping it low-key this week, though.
- Alabama. The final score over Vanderbilt was only 24-10, but hearing it on the radio on the way to the Tennessee game, the announcers made it sound like they had the 'Dores throttled most of the way.
- Kentucky. 50-10 over Eastern Kentucky and 56-20 over Kent State? The 'Cats could leap onto the national stage with a decent showing against Louisville this weekend. Anyone else thinking possible upset?
- Auburn. Three lost fumbles and two interceptions. You know, it's stats like that that cause you to lose to teams like South Florida. Not that South Florida is bad, mind you, but . . . five TOs?
- Vanderbilt. For years Vandy has had to endure home games at which the stands are filled with the colors of the enemy. Usually, it's orange. This time it was crimson. Poor guys.
- Mississippi State. No respect for Sly Croom's team. The team's ESPN page is still showing the 45 point loss to LSU two weeks ago, not the team's 38-17 win over Tulane this past weekend.
- Ole Miss. NAWESSCUSEFOFAHVTUTCHDOWANPAHSSES!