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SEC Five Question Reflection, Week 3


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5. Can UAB defeat No. 8 South Carolina? Answer: Nope

5. Can UAB defeat No. 8 South Carolina? Answer: Nope
Jeff Blake-US PRESSWIRE
Despite the Arkansas connection in UAB head coach and former Arkansas offensive coordinator Garrick McGee, UAB was outmatched from the start, losing 49-6. The Gamecocks defense was outstanding, led by sophomore defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. Clowney totalled seven tackles and two of the team's six sacks in the the win on Saturday.
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4. Can Ole Miss rush for 100 yards again? Answer: Yes

4. Can Ole Miss rush for 100 yards again? Answer: Yes
Spruce Derden-US PRESSWIRE
Ole Miss rushed for over 100 yards for the third consecutive week in the Rebels 66-31 loss to Texas. Once again, Ole Miss utilized a "running back by committee" approach for a total of 170 yards on the ground. Junior running back Jeff Scott led the way with 95 yards and one touchdown. Unfortunately, that was the only thing that went right for the Rebels. Sophomore quarterback Bo Wallace threw three interceptions, and the defense ranged from simply pathetic to downright atrocious, giving up 676 yards of offense. The 66 points were the most given up by Ole Miss since 1917.
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3. Can 'Bama cover the spread vs Arkansas? Answer: Easily

3. Can 'Bama cover the spread vs Arkansas? Answer: Easily
Nelson Chenault-US PRESSWIRE
This will be a short answer: yes. The game was practically over before it had even started. Arkansas gave a listless performance and proceeded to get romped in a 52-0 shutout loss that more than covered the 20-point spread. Arkansas had five turnovers in the loss and gave up 438 yards to Alabama. The Razorbacks played for a second-straight week without senior starting quarterback Tyler Wilson. Who by the way, wasn't happy with his team.
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2. Can ULM go back-to-back against the SEC? Answer: Almost

2. Can ULM go back-to-back against the SEC? Answer: Almost
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Almost. Louisiana-Monroe was one kick away from taking the lead in overtime. However, the kick was blocked by Auburn junior defensive lineman Angelo Balckson, allowing the Tigers kicker, Cody Parker, to kick the game-winning 35-yard field goal. Louisiana-Monroe junior quarterback Kolton Browing was outstanding in the loss, throwing for 237 yards and three touchdowns without any interceptions. He also ran for nearly 60 yards in the attempted upset. Next week, the roles will be reversed for Auburn as the Tigers will try to upset No. 2 LSU.
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1. Can the Gators defense stop Bray? Answer: Yes

1. Can the Gators defense stop Bray? Answer: Yes
Jim Brown-US PRESSWIRE

For the most part, yes. The Gators did their job defensively. However, like all the games so far for Florida, it was a tale of two halves for Florida's defense. In the first half, the defensive line struggled to get pressure on Tennessee QB Tyler Bray; while Florida's secondary, consisting of junior Jaylen Watkins and sophomore Marcus Roberson, struggled to contain the Volunteers' future NFL wide receivers, juniors Justin Hunter and Cordarrelle Patterson.

However, Florida's coaching staff made the necessary adjustments at half time, which resulted in a more effective pass rush and better coverage by the secondary.

Coming into the game, Tyler Bray had six touchdowns and no interceptions. Florida held Bray to 253 passing yards and forced two interceptions. Florida senior back Lerentee McCray forced Bray's first interception of the season when he was trying to complete a dump-off pass over the middle.

Once the second half started, Florida's defense allowed only seven points. In fact, after allowing Tennessee to score on the Vols first drive of the 2nd-half, Florida allowed only two 1st-downs the rest of the game.

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