We now have games to discuss. How about a little Monday linkage?
South Carolina played better in its opener against Southern Miss than Steve Spurrier thought the Gamecocks would.
Mississippi State's focus is all on Auburn now, writes Kyle Veazey of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
Some of Nick Saban's toughest decisions in the opener revolved around which freshmen to play and which ones to hold off on and possibly preserve their redshirt years.
After getting just three carries in the opener, is Mario Fannin on his way to being supplanted by freshman Michael Dyer as Auburn's marquee back?
Florida needs more from its receivers, writes Zach McCann of The Orlando Sentinel.
Even in a rout, Arkansas quarterback Ryan Mallett is a "willing runner" and puts his body on the line.
Second-half snooze almost costs LSU, writes Glenn Guilbeau of Gannett Louisiana News.