COLUMBIA , MO - SEPTEMBER 8: Jarvis Jones #29 of the Georgia Bulldogs returns an interception past quarterback James Franklin #1 of the Missouri Tigers in the fourth quarter at Memorial Stadium on September 8, 2012 in Columbia, Missouri. Georgia won 41-20. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)

Old Man Strength: Georgia Powers Past Newbie Mizzou

Mizzou entered Saturday with exuberance, but the SEC's old guard prevailed in Columbia.

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Snap Judgments: Strong Finishes Help SEC East Old Guard, Deep Pac-12 Roars

Week 2 saw the SEC's traditions upheld: Florida and Georgia defended the conference against new blood, and the West remained a 'Bama-LSU race. Meanwhile, the Pac-12 is looking like a deeper league than expected.


Missouri Now Trying Bounce Passes, Ball Still Running Away

This about sums up the Missouri-Georgia game.


Earlier, the ball tried to escape. And I'm pretty sure it's trying to run away again. At this point, I can't blame the ball for wanting to get the heck out of dodge.


SEC Orientation Week: Keys To Florida-Texas A&M, Georgia-Missouri

Both the Florida-Texas A&M and Georgia-Missouri games can be boiled down to a single key each; and no, they aren't "old man football," "SEC SPEEEEEED" or the spread offense. Let's go a bit deeper than that.

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