Every week we bring some of the best stadium shots from SEC football games, courtesy of the loyal fans who cheered and shared their experiences. These pictures are just another reason the SEC is the best conference in the country.

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The week kicked off in Columbia where South Carolina played Florida in the series’ first matchup without Steve Spurrier since his three-year absence from college football in 2002.


The Gators won 24-14, but surrendered all 14 points of South Carolina’s points in the fourth quarter.


Florida needs to start playing some better football because they host a hungry and talented Florida State team in two weeks.

Auburn great and former NFL LB Takeo Spikes was honored at Jordan-Hare stadium before kickoff of the “Deep South’s oldest rivalry.”

Unfortunately for Takeo and his daughter Jakai, Georgia rallied for a 20-13 victory.

Next up, Vanderbilt took on Kentucky in a battle of two struggling SEC teams.

Vanderbilt won, extending Kentucky’s losing streak to five.

It was a successful weekend in Nashville even if the cats did lose #catsby90

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In the big matchup of the day, Alabama headed to Mississippi State to take on QB Dak Prescott and a Bulldogs team hungry to prove they deserve more national attention.

Alabama quieted the second-largest crowd in Davis Wade Stadium with a 31-6 victory.

What way more than 100 cowbells sounds like.

A video posted by Michael Casagrande (@michaelcasagrande) on

Texas A&M fans showed their support for the tragic bombings in Paris.

In the final conference matchup, the red-hot Arkansas Razorbacks once again surprised a lot of people by taking it to LSU in Baton Rouge at night.


And finally Missouri got a much need win at home as they paid tribute to their retiring coach, Gary Pinkel, before the game.