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As the college football season moves into October, we take a look at some telling numbers for the teams of the SEC East.
A look at all the matchups involving SEC schools this weekend.
Commodores running back Ralph Webb has quietly delivered a level of production that compares favorably with some of the SEC's most talented runners.
After a wild Week 4, things settle down a bit in the SEC this weekend. Our conference reporters make their picks for each Week 5 game in the league.
No. 23 Florida won't look past Vandy
Last year, Florida sleepwalked through a 9-7 win over Vanderbilt. With Florida coming off a devastating loss to Tennessee, ESPN's Phil Steele doesn't see the Gators losing focus this time around. Week 5 best bets (Insider)
Drew Lock, who leads the SEC in passing yards (1,508), has been a pleasant surprise for the Tigers, while the Vols' Joshua Dobbs is on the rise.
Will Ed Orgeron right the LSU ship against Missouri? Will Tennessee have a letdown at Georgia? Some storylines to watch in the SEC in Week 5.
Alabama is still Alabama. But the Vols made a statement against Florida, announcing they'll be contenders in the SEC East.
Their performances were not pretty in Week 4, but Kentucky and Vanderbilt pulled out victories that could boost their bowl hopes this season.
From clutch kicks to goal-line stands to second-half comebacks, Saturday had a little bit of everything in the SEC.
Vanderbilt's defense turned away a 2-point conversion play at the end of the first overtime as the Commodores escaped with a 31-30 victory over Western Kentucky on Saturday.
Looking to be a bowl contender in 2016, Vanderbilt instead appears to have major issues on offense and defense.
Vanderbilt vs Florida Gators
Vanderbilt Stadium - Sat 10/1