1. Alabama running back Kenyan Drake suffered a gruesome leg injury during the Crimson Tide's 23-17 loss at Ole Miss, but has received an enormous amount of support since. The injury will likely keep Drake away from the playing field this season, but it was really cool to see the Ole Miss fans cheering him on as he was carted off the field. He was incredibly emotional while leaving the field, but it was great to see the immediate support from the opposing fan base. Very classy.
2. Florida fans want Treon Harris to be the Gators' starting quarterback, but coach Will Muschamp isn't ready to make any sort of decision when it comes to that position. Jeff Driskel struggled mightily against Alabama and Tennessee and was benched in favor of the freshman late in the Tennessee game. Harris then led the Gators on their only two scoring drives in a 10-9 victory. He didn't blow anyone's mind with his 2-for-4 passing performance, but there's controversy in Gainesville, and that's no secret.
3. After watching their team upset Alabama at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, jubilant Ole Miss fans stormed the field to celebrate with their team. The same thing happened in Lexington after Kentucky shocked South Carolina. Personally, I love it. It's one thing that really sets the college game apart from its professional counterpart. But it cost Ole Miss $50,000 and Kentucky $25,000. However, I'm sure Ole Miss athletic director Ross Bjork and Kentucky AD Mitch Barnhart won't mind the financial hit one bit.
Despite losing to Florida, Tennessee's defense is progressing.
Georgia coach Mark Richt said he might continue to use a two-quarterback system going forward.
Drops plagued Texas A&M's receivers in the Aggies' blowout loss to Mississippi State.
South Carolina is staggering into its bye week searching for answers.