It is time to recognize the top football coaches and players in the 2011 BC SEC Sports Awards.
Week seven showcased the top teams in the conference and nation in blowout wins.
It's time to re-examine the preseason predictions for the 2011 SEC and adjust.
Defensive football and powerful running games lead the top teams to wins in the SEC.
The top SEC teams scored big wins while several teams look for answers after puzzling performances.
The better teams in the SEC started to separate from the weaker teams in week three.
Last weekend's performances ranged from exciting to forehead-slapping stupid.
Some SEC Teams look good and some look rusty in the season openers.
I hand out awards for the most outstanding performances of the 2010 SEC season.
Auburn blows away outmatched South Carolina to win the 2010 SEC title.
LSU and Arkansas survive as the league heads into rivalry week.
South Carolina blew out Florida, while Cam Newton and Auburn came back to beat Georgia. Both are now set to meet again in the SEC title game.
LSU beats 'Bama, thereby eliminating them from repeating as national champs, while Arkansas crushes South Carolina, among other SEC action this week.
Florida outlasts Georgia to win in OT while Auburn blasts Ole Miss on the road.
Auburn, projected to be #1 in the latest BCS standings, knocks off LSU while others progress forward.
Auburn, LSU stay unbeaten while Florida and South Carolina fall.
Alabama falls, LSU & Auburn remain undefeated, Georgia returns, and the conference holds serve against out of conference opponents.
Alabama exposes Florida, LSU exposes itself and Georgia loses again.
As Georgia continues to plummet, many teams rise to the occasion.
Arkansas wins with offense, Auburn survives in spite of a shaky offense, and Alabama makes a statement.