SEC Football: 2013 Week 10 Wrap Up:

Florida vs. Georgia (in Jacksonville, FL): After sprinting out to a 20-0 lead, the Bulldogs outlasted the Gators 23-20. Dogs RB Todd Gurley was spectacular upon return giving the Dogs 100 yards on the ground and a TD along with nearly another 100 yards receiving and 1 TD catch. Georgia QB Aaron Murray became the first Bulldog QB since Buck Belue to beat the Gators in 3 consecutive seasons.

Kentucky vs. Alabama St.: The Cats pummeled the Hornets 48-14 behind QB Jalen Whitlow’s strong performance. The sophomore QB nearly did it all for UK as he passed for 2 TD’s and for another two. Former Georgia RB Isaiah Crowell had 84 yards on 12 carries and a TD for the Hornets.

#10 Missouri vs. Tennessee: Missouri won 31-3 totaling over 500 yards of offense in comparison to Tennessee’s three turnovers. Tigers QB Maty Mauk threw 3 TD passes and ran for 114 yards. Missouri’s big three receivers (Lucas, Washington, & Beckham) all caught a TD pass.

#14 South Carolina vs. Mississippi St.: The Bulldogs stayed close for a half but it was all Gamecocks in the final half as USC won 34-16. USC Coach Spurrier was happy with the defense’s effort as the Bulldogs were forced into 5 turnovers. Gamecock QB Connor Shaw threw 4 TD passes and USC RB Mike Davis ran for 128 yards.

Arkansas vs. #8 Auburn: Tigers RB Tre Mason is player of the game as he runs for 168 yards and 4 TD’s giving Auburn a 35-17 victory over the Hogs. Hogs Coach Bret Bielema pulled out all the stops but it wasn’t enough as the Hogs gave up the ball three times. Auburn WR Sammie Coates also put in over 100 receiving yards and a TD.

#12 Texas A&M vs. UTEP: In less than 3 quarters, Aggie QB Johnny Manziel threw 4 TD passes and ran for another 2 giving the Aggies a 57-7 victory over UTEP. For the eighth consecutive game, the Aggies finished with over 500 yards of total offense.

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SEC Power Poll (Week 10)

1. Alabama (8-0, 5-0) – SEC powers collide this week in Tuscaloosa.
2. LSU (7-2, 2-2) – Here’s your chance, Les.
3. Missouri (8-1, 4-1) – Is there a QB controversy brewing in Columbia?
4. Auburn (8-1, 4-1) – All they do is win.
5. Texas A&M (7-2, 3-2) – I agree. When will WR Evans get some Heisman talk?
6. Georgia (5-3, 4-2) – Think Gurley makes a difference?
7. South Carolina (7-2, 5-2) – Gets a week off to sharpen up offense.
8. Ole Miss (5-3, 2-3) – Had an extra week to prepare for Arkansas.
9. Florida (4-4, 3-3) – Tough year for the Gators. They’ll be back.
10. Vanderbilt (4-4, 1-4) – Is ready to travel into the Swamp after bye week.
11. Mississippi St. (4-4, 1-3) – Control the turnovers and this team will learn to win games.
12. Tennessee (4-5, 1-4) – Tennessee gets to play another top ten team.
13. Arkansas (3-6, 0-5) – It’s all about improving from here.
14. Kentucky (2-6, 0-4) – When is basketball season?

Aaron Dougherty is the SEC Football Beat Writer for All Sports Talk. Follow him on Twitter @adougherty689

About Aaron Dougherty

Aaron is an avid sports fan that resides in the Raleigh, NC area.  He has a degree in Sport Management from North Greenville University and enjoys writing about, reading, and watching sports in his spare time. He is the beat writer for SEC sports on www.AllSportsTalk.net