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The guys debate the hot topics in the SEC; Who will win the SEC East? And QB issues around the league.
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That's easy gridiron line. Wednesdays at -- on fox sports south. Time now to go in the trenches presented by. Oh Charlie's two subjects first one Kevin who was in best shape. To win the SEC east and I just -- much now that it would be expected to Orlando Florida hasn't. The best chance the women SEC east because of who they've played who they have left -- look at who they played. And I know they looked average against LSU and Alabama but everyone pretty much looks average person that was in Alabama but they have a young talented well coached defense and they get to the -- is running backs in the known universe and bogged down some rain. But the thing about it is. Coach Charlie Weis was looking at his office right now minus John Brown with a quarterback. He's got too many offensive weapons has got Jordan -- got Fred Burton and the list goes on and on -- Thompson and go from player to player to player. But there's too many weapons on the Florida Tampa -- not to win down the stretch. I think one thing that He didn't mention there with the quarterback situation in Florida they're really banged up at that position that's why I'm gonna take Georgia. To win these I think their schedule sets up nicely they give Florida at the right time they also have Auburn. At home their toughest game is going to be Georgia Tech on the road the last game of the year but I really like what George is doing right now they're the hottest team in the -- they won four games in a row. I think they're the best team in and on the outside of the conference right now. There and He just sort of -- gators this kind of speed bump. On the way it goes -- You need to figure -- -- a -- I actually be honest I like Georgia -- -- now I love the job Mark -- done with all the pressure on not only his program. But him specifically. After those first two losses that was. I think it's been a special deal so far I like Georgia out of that out of that group -- in Florida is gonna need some help -- Georgia in Jacksonville yes you will. All right now -- one team doesn't have a quarterback you're talking about Georgia's got Aaron Murray hit a weird year for quarterbacks in the SEC. Which situation in the SEC stands out -- you guys the most him. One thing to me -- -- South Carolina if you look at what South Carolina had coming back out there SEC east champions. Team last year receiving Garcia at 3000 yard passer obviously and Lattimore and Geoffrey on that side of the smaller ones I thought that Garcia would take that next step and becoming only quarterback. But he's off the football team -- is no longer member of that team and Connor Shaw is under center so that is kind of been the. In a situation for me I think in a similar situation you know force the quarterback and things happening weird and expectations this Chris Ralph. Mississippi State when you look at this team. I'm Chris Rock came into the season they were thinking hey you know he's gonna finally take this team to the next level we got a great running back -- -- on the big Ballard he's got a great. Defense you know Russian -- -- become more than just a middle road SEC team but that hasn't happened thus far Tyler Russell that a step in and make things happen for a. And it isn't it ironic that the premiere guys probably. It was like maybe Aaron Murray and Tyler Wilson who really really played well but. It's been the steady kind of caretaker types AJ McCarron and Alabama and Jarrett -- surprisingly that found out what about four days before that first game with -- -- improve your starter again. -- it has been a strange year.