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Tuesday Question: Coming In Under the Wire Edition

Generally, we are the "authors" of "content" around here - "here" being a blog and not a message board. Recognize, we do, that you've come here not to contribute, but to consume. Nevertheless, there is the sporadic occasion where, either for our benefit or for to exercise the thinkifiers of the masses, we ask you a question. Today's question is


Which SEC team will be seriously questioned after Week 7?

While 2007 may have been the wild one for the rest of college football (and it was no doubt pretty note-worthy down here in God's Country), at the mid-point, the SEC season thus far has proven to be full of peaks and valleys for various teams. In Week 1, Alabama went from SEC Western Division Dark Horse to National Title Contender. In Week 2, we learned that either South Carolina really blew or Vanderbilt was doing something wholly unexpected (see: Week 6 for clarification). Week 4 tested Bengal Tiger mettle for the first time, while Week 5 humbled national powers, raised briefly the fleeting hopes of the underdog, and left the rest of us waiting in line at the RTRestroom wanting to take a Saban. Finally, in Week 6 the Rebels learned that the air ain't so nice up here on our high horse, the Gamecocks learned that the Sith have yet to perish from the universe, the Plainsmen learned what it feels like to the Johnson (and we hear it's even worse than a good Crooming), and the Commodores learned how good it feels to beat Tuberville.

Even now I can almost remember the taste of Butterfingers.

Whose season will be either catapulted to further glory or seemingly extinguished this weekend? Will it be the undefeated dreams of the Bayou Bengals or hard-working Tim Tebow? Can the Georgia Bulldogs restore faith or will Phil die (of congestive heart failure) another day?

What say you?