With SEC games happening in earnest in Week 4, fans of some SEC teams are already dealing with trailing in their division races. As usual after they face Florida in their annual September clash, Tennessee fans have entered the chat:

Saturday’s loss at The Swamp was the 16th time in 17 years that the Vols have fallen to the Gators. Sometimes, there are no words:

And that’s a reason to bust out our weekly #SurrenderCobra salute:

This fan has a different twist on the fact that UT is 1-16 against UF in the past 17 years:

Not sure about that Kentucky 2.0 business — the Wildcats are 4-0 this season and 2-0 in the SEC — but the rest of the story checks out.

As for Texas A&M, a few weeks’ worth of questions on offense finally found an opponent that didn’t allow the Aggies to find any answers in Arkansas:

Losing to Arkansas for the first time since 2011 definitely made Aggies fans feel sad:


And yes, a Cobra sighting or two definitely broke out among Aggies faithful in Arlington:


As for Razorbacks fans? They enjoy the heck out of beating A&M, of course. But one other rival is never far from their minds:

Future SEC member Oklahoma survived a scare against West Virginia:

Trailing the Mountaineers for a good chunk of the game worked on the nerves of Sooners fans:

OU fans also apparently booed their own Heisman Trophy candidate quarterback. Hmmmm, maybe Oklahoma is ready for the SEC after all:

Finally, we’re not sure what this look is, but anybody willing to get painted up for a football team as bad as Connecticut earns our admiration:

Let’s just hope that paint washes off in time for UConn to start basketball season.