Kentucky at LSU
1. Limiting turnovers a key for Kentucky. LSU is first in the SEC and fourth in the country in turnover margin.
2. The quarterback spot at LSU: Will an “offense with identity” be threatened by the return of Jordan Jefferson?
3. Kentucky’s biggest (only) advantage? Since 1960, LSU has won 78 percent of its home night games, but only49 percent during the day.
4. Jim Kleinpeter: LSU fans get a chance to celebrate the No. 1 team in the nation Saturday - if they can get up early enough.
Buffalo at Tennessee
5. The maturation of quarterback Tyler Bray: ” I think he’s on a really nice growth pattern right now,” says offensive coordinator Jim Chaney.
6. “Today is the last mulligan for Dooley and Co.”
7. Tennessee leads the SEC in passing offense but has just 245 rushing yards in the first three games.
Alabama at Florida
8. No. 3 vs. No. 12. Alabama wide receiver Darius Hanks: ““That’s why you come to Alabama, to play in big games like this. Big-time players make big plays in big games.”
9. Florida offensive coordinator Charlie Weis: “There’s a difference between hoping to win and expecting to win. And I promise you, we expect to win. We’re not hoping.”
10. Since people began calling Ben-Hill Griffin Stadium “The Swamp”, Florida is 8-7 against higher-ranked opponents.
12. Chris Rainey had a reputation for opening his mouth before he thinks – but that’s now changing.
Texas A&M vs. Arkansas
13. Aggies coach Mike Sherman is 0-for-4 against the SEC.
14. Will the Aggies be able to rush the Hogs?
15. Once A&M enters the SEC, will SEC fans travel to College Station.