Booger McFarland dropped his Week 3 takes on Sunday morning.

ESPN’s Booger McFarland delivers strong SEC takes with his Week 3 takeaways

Nick Cole

Booger McFarland is one of the best in the business of covering college football. That is, in part, because the former LSU defensive lineman turned ESPN analyst is not afraid to give his opinion. For better or worse.

On Sunday morning, McFarland continued his post-SportsCenter appearance ritual of delivering his weekly takeaways from the college football world.

His Week 3 takes involved quite a few SEC teams — Alabama, LSU, Tennessee, Florida, Vanderbilt, Kentucky, South Carolina and Mississippi State.

For Alabama, McFarland touted Calvin Ridley as the best wide receiver in the nation, and said he believes Crimson Tide quarterback Jalen Hurts looks more comfortable under new offensive coordinator Brian Daboll.

McFarland’s thoughts on LSU, his alma mater, were a little less flattering. He called the Tigers a “young, undisciplined team that quit in the 4th quarter.”

Mississippi State drew McFarland’s praise after beating LSU 37-7 on Saturday night:

He also gave Vanderbilt some love after beating Kansas State.

His thoughts from Florida’s big win vs. Tennessee?

What about Kentucky’s victory over South Carolina?

Here’s a look at some of McFarland’s thoughts on the rest of the college football world following Week 3: