The best division in college football didn’t disappoint in its Week 6 marquee match ups. The state of Mississippi saw quite possibly the best day of college football in the history of the state with big wins by both Mississippi State and Ole Miss over top ranked teams. Auburn looked dominant in their 41-7 blowout over LSU and now look like the best team in the nation.

Here’s what we learned about every SEC West team after a great slate of games in Week 6.

Alabama Crimson Tide
Week 6 result: Lost to Ole Miss 23-17
What we learned: The Crimson Tide looked poised to steal a victory away from Ole Miss, but a late interception changed all of that. Now, Alabama finds themselves out of the top 5 for the first time this season and searching for some answers. There’s no question that Alabama is still one of the most talented teams in the nation and perhaps the most complete team, but in such a competitive SEC West they still are vulnerable to loss nearly any given week.

Arkansas Razorbacks
Week 6 result: Bye week
What we learned: Arkansas has a huge home game against Alabama coming up, but were off in Week 6. The Razorbacks may finish last in the division, but they’re certainly a good football team.

Auburn Tigers
Week 6 result: Defeated LSU. 41-7
What we learned: Despite big wins from Mississippi State and Ole Miss, no one arguably had as big of a win as the Auburn Tigers. They were ranked No. 5 heading into last night’s matchup against LSU, but Auburn’s 41-7 throttling over Les Miles’ team sent the rest of college football a statement. Nick Marshall keeps firing on all cylinders and the Auburn defense looks to be better than last year’s group. With the losses in the top 5, Auburn climbed all the way into the No. 2 position in the polls and are now the favorite to win the SEC.

LSU Tigers
Week 6 results: Lost to Auburn 41-7
What we learned: It was supposed to be a better offense under true freshman Brandon Harris, but it looked like more of the same. Harris clearly was overwhelmed by a much more talented Auburn team and LSU’s insertion of Anthony Jennings midway into the game only complicates things further for LSU. The Tigers have the young talent and the future is bright, but they just aren’t good enough yet to compete in an incredibly talented SEC West. It will be interesting to see how LSU proceeds next week against the Gators in regard to its quarterback situation.

Mississippi State Bulldogs
Week 6 result: Defeated Texas A&M, 48-31
What we learned: As one half of the best day in Magnolia State history, the Mississippi State Bulldogs beat Texas A&M in convincing fashion. Quarterback Dak Prescott with another five touchdowns has probably vaulted himself into the lead for the Heisman Trophy at this point of the season. Even with Jameon Lewis, the Bulldogs’ top receiver, out with an injury, Prescott and the rest of the offense had no issues moving the football on the Aggies. Mississippi State’s offense combined with a dynamic front seven make the Bulldogs one of the most complete teams in the conference and a surprise contender for not only the SEC Championship, but for the College Football Playoff.

Ole Miss Rebels
Week 6 result: Defeated Alabama, 23-17
What we learned: No matter what Bo Wallace does during the rest of the season, he can always say he beat a top-ranked Alabama team and played well, too. If Wallace can stay at that high of a level in the Rebels’ remaining games – 251 passing yards, three touchdowns and zero interceptions – Ole Miss has a great shot at winning the SEC this season. Give the Rebels credit, it was the game they had circled on their calendar all season and they rose up to the challenge, coming back in the second half to take down the big, bad Crimson Tide.

Texas A&M Aggies
Week 6 result: Lost to Mississippi State, 48-31
What we learned: Texas A&M was able to recover last week against Arkansas after a rough first half, but not so much against Mississippi State. The Aggies were simply outplayed by a better team and will learn from yesterday’s loss. Sophomore quarterback Kenny Hill and the Aggies offense didn’t look nearly as invincible as one originally thought, turning the ball over three times. There’s no doubt Texas A&M is a talented football team, but it’s looking more like a top 20-ranking may be more accurate rather than the near top-5 ranking they had for the last couple of weeks.