SEC Recap: Week 2

The Southeastern Conference opened a little slow to start off the 2014 football season. Let’s take a look at some notables from ‘Week 2’.

Biggest Wins in Week 2


-Texas A&M 73 vs. Lamar 3
-Arkansas 73 vs. Nicholls State 7
-Florida 65 vs. East Michigan 0
-LSU 56 vs. Sam Houston 0

SEC on SEC
-Ole Miss 41 vs. Vandy 3
The Rebels came into Nashville’s LP Field to take a big win over Vanderbilt. The Commodores face the season with new head coach Derek Mason and are now 0-2, after a season opening loss to Temple 37-7.

SEC in the Polls this Week
No. 3 Alabama Crimson Tide (2-0)
No. 5 Auburn Tigers
No. 6 Georgia Bulldogs
No. 7 Texas A&M Aggies
No. 10 LSU Tigers
No. 14 Ole Miss Rebels
No. 24 South Carolina


Biggest Games to Watch in Week 3
Georgia (2-0) @ South Carolina (1-1): Saturday, 3:30 p.m., CBS
Arkansas (1-1) @ Texas Tech (2-0): Saturday, 3:30 p.m., ABC
Tennessee (2-0) @ Oklahoma (2-0): Saturday, 8 p.m., ABC

Biggest Takeaways from Week 2
-Head coach Steve Spurrier gained his 200th win as a coach in the Southeastern Conference.
-Kenny Hill is still keeping it "trill". Hill now has 794 yards passing over six quarters this season.


-Arkansas and South Carolina both bounced back with wins this past week, after losing SEC opponent season-openers.

GamecockPride.com will keep you updated on the SEC throughout the season.


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