Two SEC football teams sit atop the latest AP Top 25 poll, with the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Georgia Bulldogs on a collision course for the SEC Conference Championship game.
Each team in the most competitive conference is facing their own unique set of challenges this year, and they appear to battling their own set of in-house troubles as much as the talented competition elsewhere in the conference.
On Sunday, SEC Shorts produced a video called Trick or Treating at Houses of SEC Teams. It perfectly encapsulates what it would be life if the embodiment of the football programs 2017 season met you at the door.
If you had no idea what was going on the SEC through the first nine weeks of the season, this would bring you fully up to speed on the state of each team.
A few notable omissions include LSU, Texas A&M and Mississippi State. None of these teams have had remarkably good, or bad years, and there wasn’t much to lampoon.
The Tennessee Volunteers and the Florida Gators will be in the market for new coaches (if they aren’t already), and dumping out a box of chocolates summarizes the way fans of the Auburn Tigers program have felt week-to-week this season.
The Crimson Tide are taking candy from children, the Georgia Bulldogs are flicking candy bars like it’s 1980, and the Missouri Tigers have truly been a flaming bag of dog crap. But nothing could be truer than the Kentucky Wildcats giving out bottles of booze to hold fans over until basketball season starts.