The Southeastern Conference got turned upside down (save Arkansas which is down) with upsets Saturday involving Tennessee over South Carolina, Auburn over Texas A&M, Missouri over Florida, Vanderbilt over Georgia, Ole Miss over LSU and Auburn over Florida.
Except Alabama, the SEC is no greater this season than many other conferences in college football.
Except Alabama, a conference that has prided itself on defense, is getting ravaged by fast-paced, high-powered offenses as any other group.
Except Alabama, the SEC does not have a BCS title contender.
The SEC East has been exposed as ordinary.
The SEC West is down at the top. And Arkansas continues to look like the worst team in the SEC West.
Alabama, Missouri and Auburn the new powers in the SEC?
Except Alabama, think about that one.