Another week of SEC football in the books means another week of SEC fans criticizing the men and women who brought it to them live on television.

While we sometimes like to focus on one particular blunder that riled the masses up on Saturday during this weekly piece, we’re going to try to let most of the Week 6 broadcasting crews get in on the fun this week with an “around the league” type of approach.

We’d hate for any one group of announcers to feel like there isn’t an SEC fan out there somewhere complaining about their work.

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Beginning with the early game, this guy was not amused with Andre Ware’s filler material during Ole Miss’ 52-3 blowout win against New Mexico State:

Rod Gilmore was the color commentator for the displaced South Carolina/LSU game, and the highlights of the fan complaints against him was the way he so politely responded to them. Kill them with kindness, Rod.

Meanwhile, Verne Lundquist and Gary Danielson had the call on CBS for Tennessee’s 38-31 win against Georgia. Fans always have complaints about this crew, and Week 6 was no exception:

Gators fans are mad at former Florida QB Jesse Palmer, who was the color commentator alongside Brent Musburger for the Florida-Missouri game on Saturday night. There seems to be a consensus here, what do you think?

Here’s an oddity, and a sign of a job well done: ESPN’s Brad Nessler and Todd Blackledge received mostly positive reviews from fans on Twitter during the Alabama/Arkansas game. The positive responses well out-numbered the negative ones, which is a rare feat. Well done, boys. That being said, this Alabama fan was upset at Nessler because of the tone of his voice after Alabama had the game in hand:

All in all, a pretty tame week for complaints against SEC announcers. Perhaps that means they did a pretty good job?