No. 5: Will Kentucky end their 25 game losing streak to UF? Answer: No
No, they didn't, and it wasn't even close. Florida is now tied with Tennessee for the longest winning streak over Kentucky at 26. The Gators dominated the game shutting out Kentucky, 38-0. Florida senior defensive tackle Omar Hunter had the biggest outing of his career, leading the Gators with eight tackles.
The game was practically over before it even started when it was determined that starting 'Cats QB Maxwell Smith would sit out with a shoulder injury. Senior backup quarterback Morgan Newton started in place of Smith and struggle mightily, to say the least. He completed only 7-of-21 passes and threw three interceptions.
The 'Cats will now have to wait another year to get a crack at ending the streak. The good news for Kentucky fans: it will be at home. The bad news: the Gators are only getting better.
No. 4: Will Missouri QB James Franklin play against USC? Answer: Yes
Missouri Tigers starting quarterback James Franklin returned from injury against South Carolina, yet he was highly ineffective, throwing for only 92 yards. The Tigers struggled as an entire team against the Gamecocks, losing 31-10 and what will now be known as the "Connor Shaw show."
South Carolina junior quarterback Connor Shaw completed 20-of-21 passes for 249 yards, with the only incompletion coming on his first attempt. The 20 consecutive completions is the second most in SEC history. The current record of 24 consecutive completions is held by Tennessee QB Tee Martin. Shaw will get a shot at breaking this record this weekend against Kentucky.
No. 3: Will Tyler Wilson return Arkansas to their winning ways? Answer: No
No. 2: Who is the worst team in the SEC West? Answer: Arkansas
This contest was between Arkansas and Auburn. The debate is still out on Ole Miss, but through the first four weeks the Razorbacks and Tigers have disappointed the most.
After this past Saturday, there is little doubt on who the worst team is: Arkansas.
Auburn took No. 2 LSU to the wire, losing 12-10, in a game that many thought would be a blowout. Arkansas, on the other hand, can't buy a win nowadays, losing to Rutgers 35-26.
Razorbacks senior starting quarterback Tyler Wilson returned from injury and proceeded to throw for 419 yards and three touchdowns. Of the 419 yards, 303 were completed to wide receiver Cobi Hamilton, setting the SEC single-game record. You just can't set records that impressive and still lose.
The Arkansas defense was pathetic all day long, giving up 525 total yards to the Scarlet Knights.
No. 1: Can Vanderbilt upset No. 5 Georgia? Answer: No
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