Another busy weekend of SEC football is in the books. Let's take a look at some of the notables from the week that was and what's coming up this weekend around the SEC:
The Alabama running game has been statistically poor so far this season. The Crimson Tide, traditionally a strong running team, are averaging 132 yards per game, which is last in the SEC and 90th in the country.
LSU allowed Auburn to run 85 plays and gain multiple chunks of yardage in the second-half in a 35-21 win on Saturday. Les Miles said the Tigers can play -- and close -- better.
The return of LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger -- who was kicked off Georgia -- to Athens, Ga., is a compelling one. Bulldogs coach Mark Richt even gave Mettenberger's mother, Tammy, the week off from work. She's an administrative assistant in Georgia's football office.
With Jeff Driskel injured and out for the year, Florida is ready to move forward with Tyler Murphy.
Though Tennessee sits at 2-2, coach Butch Jones said there's "no panic" and remains optimistic after the Volunteers loss Saturday to Florida.
Texas A&M's struggling defense showed some progress in the Aggies' 42-13 win over SMU on Saturday.
Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops is known as quite the prankster by those around the Wildcats' football program.
Jonathan Krause's performance on Saturday suggests that he could be the key complement to Jordan Matthews in Vanderbilt's receiving corps.