Auburn's offensive scheme has found its rhythm, the weather is about to get frustrating for traveling Missouri fans, James Franklin's designed runs return to the game plan, and Mizzou Volleyball begins its national title quest in two days.
Missouri's defense played incredibly well against A&M, Eric Waters made the most of his moment in the sun, it's time to start looking at Auburn, and your 34-0 volleyball team gets the No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
Texas A&M is every bit as dangerous on offense as they were a year ago, but because of a porous defense, they are forced to take a few more risks. If Mizzou takes advantage of those risks, the Tigers will be East champions.
Gary Pinkel's 10-1 Missouri Tigers moved from eighth to fifth in the BCS standings after their 24-10 win over Ole Miss. With No. 1 playing No. 4 on Saturday, a potential Tiger win over Texas A&M could bump them up a little further.