Another glorious Saturday is a few hours away! I know it’s a lot, but forgive me because my mind is constantly in gear. I’ve got 50 things I’m wondering about entering Week 11. Enjoy.

  1. How in the world do two teams play 118 times and split all those meetings? The all-time series between Auburn and Georgia is squared at 55-55-8 entering this Saturday’s matchup at Jordan-Hare Stadium. That’s mind-blowing.
  2. And how incredible is it that the game between Georgia (6-3) and Auburn (5-4) features one team that’s barely bowl eligible and another one that’s one win shy of it and last in its division? It goes to show how much we really know during the preseason.
  3. With that said, can there be a more intriguing matchup between unranked teams?
  4. How long will the cowbells be ringing for in Starkville on Saturday?
  5. Where can I get one in case I have a fever and it’s the only prescription? I hope everyone knows what I’m referencing there.
  6. LSU’s only lost back-to-back games twice under Les Miles (2014 and 2008). Does it happen for a third time with a loss to Arkansas on Saturday?
  7. How does Florida’s offense look in a second straight noon game, this one against South Carolina after posting season-worsts in points (9), first downs (12) and turnovers (9) against Vanderbilt?
  8. Does Kelvin Taylor realize he’s a junior? Time to start realizing your potential and show some consistency.
  9. Derrick Henry’s streak of 14 games with a touchdown started last season against Mississippi State. Does it come to an end this week in Starkville?
  10. Who are we kidding? Henry lives in the end zone. He’s probably in Davis Wade Stadium right now just standing in one in full uniform.
  11. Do you realize Henry has more rushing touchdowns (17) than half of SEC teams have so far this season? Henry has more TDs than Florida, Mississippi State, Kentucky, Texas A&M, South Carolina, Vanderbilt and Missouri. In fact, he has more than 62 FBS teams.
  12. Mississippi State is the only SEC team not to allow a fourth-quarter touchdown this season and has allowed an SEC-low 12 points in the final period. Can it sustain that success against the Tide?
  13. How does Missouri respond against BYU amid all the distractions this past week? Do the Tigers come out flat or are they fired up?
  14. Can Arkansas QB Brandon Allen build on his incredible performance in Baton Rouge? Against Ole Miss, he went 33-for-45 passing, 442 yards, 6 touchdowns and no interceptions.
  15. How does LSU respond from its humbling loss in Tuscaloosa?
  16. Are there any slip-ups in store for Clemson in its final three regular season games at Syracuse, vs. Wake Forest and at South Carolina? If so, I think we can safely label it “Clemsoning.”
  17. My alarm just went off. It’s finally time to pay close attention to Baylor. The Bears had me hibernating for 10 weeks, but now they face the Sooners, their first tough opponent of the season.
  18. Just kidding. WR Corey Coleman has been impossible to ignore.
  19. Thoughts on Florida’s new helmets on Homecoming against Vanderbilt? Should those be the team’s new permanent lids?
  20. Kansas (0-9) and Central Florida (0-10) are still the only FBS teams without a win. For the love of humanity, can you just end this to remind your fans what a victory feels like?
  21. Can Kentucky end its four-game skid with a win at Vanderbilt? If not, the Wildcats will have a tough time becoming bowl eligible for the first time in five years.
  22. How awesome was this video Arkansas fans put together after their win against Ole Miss? My favorite part is the second time they push the button and the flag comes out.
  23. Alex Collins has quietly rushed for 100 yards in seven of nine games this season. Can he notch another one in Death Valley?
  24. By the way, how does a player “quietly” rush for 100 yards in seven of nine games? Nonetheless, good to see him get some much-deserved national attention after his fourth-and-25 conversion against Ole Miss last Saturday.
  25. Meanwhile, Christian Kirk hasn’t posted a 100-yard receiving game or a receiving TD over the last five contests after going for 100 yards in three of his first four with 4 receiving TDs. Can he get back on track against Western Carolina?
  26. Are we getting to the point where we have enough players to make a defense out of the SEC players ejected for targeting this season?
  27. I was wondering whether this is the worst the SEC East has ever been. I forgot about 2010.
  28. Is the “Wild Dog” successful once again this week?
  29. Who runs for more yards this Saturday: Sony Michel or Peyton Barber?
  30. Was Missouri’s season-high 215 rushing yards against Mississippi State a bad sign for the Bulldogs this week? Missouri, even after that effort, ranks last in the SEC in rushing yards per game (113.2).
  31. Dak Prescott has thrown 26 TDs and 2 INTs since throwing 3 INTs vs. Alabama last season. That means he threw more picks in that game than he has over his last 12 since then. Will he be able to limit mistakes against the best secondary in the SEC?
  32. Prescott hasn’t done as much damage with his legs this season (46.4) as he did last season (75.9). Will his legs be a threat?
  33. What does Leonard Fournette have in store for Arkansas after being stuffed for 31 yards on 19 carries vs. the Tide?
  34. Virginia Tech rallied to beat Georgia Tech 23-21 on Thursday night. The Hokies need one more win to extend their FBS-leading 23 straight seasons with a bowl appearance. Will they get a win with matchups vs. North Carolina and at Virginia to close the season?
  35. We’ve seen other-worldly finishes in each of the last four weeks. Will that continue this week?
  36. Laquon Treadwell and the Rebels are on a bye this week, so who’s going to step up with the SEC’s top performance at the position this week?
  37. No. 7 Stanford and No. 10 Utah are the Pac-12’s only hopes of reaching the College Football Playoff. Which team has the best chance of making it happen?
  38. The winner of the last five meetings between Stanford and Oregon has gone on to win the Pac-12. Will that be the case again?
  39. Will Kentucky or Vanderbilt manage to score in double digits in their game on Saturday?
  40. Can Arkansas put together its first four-game win streak since a seven-game win streak in 2011?
  41. Jim McElwain has said that he doesn’t want to be the team that lets South Carolina, which has endured some hard-fought losses recently, finally get over the hump. Will that be the case.
  42. Oklahoma has won its last four games by these scores: 55-0 at Kansas State, 63-27 vs. Texas Tech, 62-7 at Kansas and 52-16 vs. Iowa State. Yet, the Sooners’ only loss came right before that stretch to the Longhorns, who lost 24-0 at Iowa State just two weeks ago. What the heck is going on?
  43. Upon further review, Iowa State’s only two home losses came against unbeaten Iowa and one-loss TCU. Can the Cyclones give undefeated Oklahoma State a scare this Saturday?
  44. Can Ohio State return to form with J.T. Barrett back in the lineup?
  45. Can the four Big Ten playoff contenders avoid pitfalls this week: Ohio State at Illinois, Iowa vs. Minnesota, Michigan State vs. Maryland, and longshot Michigan at Indiana.
  46. With a win over the Gophers, the Hawkeyes would record its first 10-0 start in school history. Minnesota has fought hard in its last two games against Michigan (lost 29-26) and Ohio State (lost 28-14 and only down by a touchdown with about two minutes left). Can it push Iowa to the brink?
  47. Can Nebraska (4-6) win on the road at Rutgers to keep its bowl hopes alive? The Huskers face the unbeaten Hawkeyes in their regular season finale.
  48. Did you know No. 24 Northwestern is the only FBS school to not allow a play of 50-plus yards this season? This week, they face Purdue, which leads the Big Ten this season with 9 plays of 50-plus yards.
  49. South Carolina has beaten the eventual SEC East champion in three consecutive seasons before losing to Missouri last season. Can the Gamecocks get back to taking down the division’s best by beating Florida on Saturday?
  50. Has anyone ever mistakenly thought you were talking about the Securities and Exchange Commission during a discussion about the “SEC?” Believe it or not, that happened to me last weekend from a passer-by.