Week 1 Recap: SEC starts 13-0! Florida upsets Utah, Georgia better than Alabama? Arkansas, Auburn, Ole Miss & Mississippi State cruise while Kentucky & South Carolina start slow

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Published Sept 5, 2022 at 5:00am

SEC Mike Bratton (@MichaelWBratton) and his Cousin Shane (@BigOrangeVolz) recap the first weekend of SEC action!

The SEC starts the weekend 13-0 (1:00), Florida upsets Utah in Gainesville in an epic showdown (4:00), Georgia looks like the best team in the county in the opener (12:30), Arkansas survives against Cincinnati at home (17:30), special teams save South Carolina from being upset by Georgia State (23:45), Texas A&M looks pretty rough against FCS foe Sam Houston (30:00), Mississippi State completely dominates Memphis (34:30), Ole Miss defense looked the part while the running game is firing on all cylinders (39:30), Kentucky starts slow but finishes strong against Miami of Ohio (41:30), Alabama just destroys Utah State: Bryce Young going to win another Heisman? (47:00), Auburn & Vanderbilt run through FCS opponents (48:30), guessing the Week 2 point spreads (55:00)

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