By Keith Antigiovanni
The SEC continues conference play this week in a primetime game between powerhouses Alabama and Florida. After an off year both teams appear to be back on top at 4-0. This game is a rematch of the 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2008, 2009 SEC title games. Coach Nick Saban has his Tide primed for another run at the National title while new Florida coach Will Muschamp is trying to prove himself.
The defending National champion Auburn (3-1) travels to South Carolina (4-0) to face the Gamecocks in a rematch of the SEC title game which Auburn won convincingly. This year Auburn is not the same team without Cam Newton and giving up alot more points.
Another undefeated team, LSU is at home against the Kentucky Wildcats. LSU went on the road and beat West Virginia.
Tennessee and Arkansas play out of conference teams. The Vols will face Buffalo at Neyland Stadium while the Razorbacks play the future SEC opponent Texas A&M Aggies at Cowboys Stadium. Ole Miss also faces an interconference opponent, Fresno State in Fresno.
Georgia is trying to rebound after a poor start and will face Mississippi State. The Dawgs travel to Starkville after a 27-12 win over Ole Miss last week. Mississippi State is hoping to get on track after two close SEC games.
Overall the SEC is 34-12.