SEC Football: Five things we learned from Week 4

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Have you recovered from a crazy week of college football? We take one last look at Week 4 and what it means for the landscape of SEC football.

College football had itself quite a week throughout the country. We had a crazy tipped pass that allowed TCU to escape Lubbock with a victory. Texas lost for the second straight week because of a kick. The Pac-12 marquee matchups of Saturday evening ended in domination for UCLA, Utah and USC.

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Down South, Florida added salt to the wound to Vols fans everywhere. Nick Chubb and Leonard Fournette continue to look like two of the best running backs in the country. After losing at halftime to UCF, South Carolina escaped with a victory under new quarterback Lorenzo Nunez.

LSU found itself in a close one in New York against an undefeated Syracuse team but escaped with a ten point victory. Georgia and Alabama prepared for their upcoming contest by dominating Southern and Louisiana Monroe. Texas A&M and Arkansas gave us an overtime thriller at Jerry’s World with the Aggies coming away with the victory.

One week after upsetting Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Ole Miss found itself in a close game against Vanderbilt. Things continued to get worse for Auburn fans as they lost at home to Mississippi State. Finally, Kentucky got a big home victory in the division against Missouri.

That was everything that happened in the SEC on Saturday, but what does it all mean? Four weeks is not long enough to know everything, but it is a large enough sample size to know some things. We explore our five takeaways for the SEC after the crazy week that was Week 4.

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