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Matt Schick, Adam Rittenberg and Chris Low debate which SEC fan base is most disgusted by its team's performance in Week 4.
Take a look back on the best performances of Week 4 in the SEC and look ahead to Week 5.
Alabama still rules the West, but Georgia's continued dominance means the Bulldogs will be the team to beat in the East.
Tennessee coach Butch Jones often follows closer-than-expected victories by saying that he never will apologize for a win.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
New Tennessee athletic director John Currie does not want to fire Butch Jones, and has made that clear. But games like today's -- a listless performance against an 0-4 UMass team that Tennessee couldn't put away until the final minute, before a largely empty Neyland Stadium -- hurt Jones. The Vols haven't looked great in three of four games, despite a 3-1 record. The Georgia game will be huge for the fifth-year coach.
Olivia Harlan ESPN Reporter
Volunteers praying on the field after Vol Walk
Expect a fierce battle of the Bulldogs while the Gators vs. Wildcats will be a clash of struggling offenses.
Tennessee coach Butch Jones says there's now at least a possibility that linebacker Cortez McDowell could return late in the regular season or in a bowl game.
John Kelly is the "heart and soul" of Tennessee's team, according to coach Butch Jones, but the 5-foot-9 junior running back who leads the SEC in rushing yards wants the Vols to "get some more W's."
Ryan McGee, Chris Low and Jake Trotter debate how much of the SEC is actually on the hot seat, discuss frustrations coming out of Big Ten country, rivalry calendars and more.
Nebraska's loss to NIU defied the laws of physics, which makes Tennessee's last-second disaster all the more impressively bad.