1:27 AM: Auburn wins again


The Citadel

Another week, another win for Auburn.

Cadillac William ran for 95 yards and another touchdown before sitting out the entire second half with quarterback Jason Campbell, who completed 11 of 14 passes for 194 yards. The backups were solid, only giving up one meaningless field, with 6:10 to go in the 4th career.

Auburn can now look forward to their game against #8 Tennessee in Knoxville. Auburn looks to have the most momentum going in, after defeating the defending national champion and manhandling their three other opponents. Carnell Williams, while not quite looking like a Heisman candidate anymore, looks to factor heavily against Tennessee, who has had problems defending the run all year, and have yet to settle on a starting quarterback after relying equally on two true freshman for the first four games of the season. Tennessee knows that, even in Knoxville, they can't win if they don't improve on their performance against an overrated Florida team that should have beaten them last week.

A lot of people are jumping on both the Auburn and Tennessee bandwagons right now, but Auburn looks to have the most realistic chance of winning the SEC Championship this year, starting seniors at almost every skill position. Tennessee can run the ball, and both their freshman quarterbacks are mobile and accurate, but the Volunteers' defense has some serious improving to do before being able to go toe-to-toe with Auburn's spectacular offense. Auburn is clicking on all cylinders right now, boasting the top two running backs in the SEC, one of the best defenses in the conference, and a fourth year starter at quarterback. Tennessee will be struggling to keep up, even in their home stadium.