Booger McFarland brought his opinion on Week 4 in the SEC.

ESPN’s Booger McFarland delivers strong SEC takes with his Week 4 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 4 takes involved quite a few SEC teams. From LSU having a terrible offensive line to Florida getting beat up and down the field, McFarland is not shy on letting fans know just how it is with their teams right now.

Here’s a look at his Tweets on the SEC:

After a 59-0 beatdown, McFarland acknowledged that the game between the Crimson Tide and the Commodores was settled long before the two teams suited up in Nashville  on Saturday afternoon.

The Mississippi State-Georgia game gave McFarland some clarity on the Georgia QB situation, if nothing else.

Kerryon Johnson’s five touchdown game sparked Auburn to a road conference win against Missouri, and McFarland acknowledged it as a nice win.

Texas A&M may have beaten Arkansas in an exciting overtime game, but Booger doesn’t seem overly impressed with anyone but Christian Kirk in that one.

McFarland doesn’t believe the team that played the best game won the Florida-Kentucky matchup.

The SEC’s dip into nonconference play didn’t do much to inspire McFarland, either.

McFarland also ventured outside the SEC, offering his take on the national scene. Here are some of his Week 4 thoughts on teams from outside the league: