No surprise here that the SEC slate isn't exactly paltry in Week 1. A quick rundown of story lines: Kelly tough Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher typically doesn't make comparisons, but he made an exception for Chad Kelly. Fisher said Ole Miss' starting quarterback reminds him of his uncle, Jim Kelly, the former Miami star and Pro Football Hall of Famer who was known for his toughness. "This guy's a competitor," Fisher said of the younger Kelly. "To me, you see the physical talent, but you see the competitor in him all the time." Lane Kiffin Bowl Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin will get a shot at revenge when he faces his former team, No. 20 USC in Arlington, Texas. The Trojans famously (or infamously) fired Kiffin soon after the team landed from a 62-41 loss at Arizona State. Kiffin has rebounded well and helped the Crimson Tide win the national title last season. "I think that there used to be an old saying: Every coach I know either is getting fired or just got fired," Bama coach Nick Saban said. "I think getting fired in this profession is not necessarily an insult to your future." Apparently not. 'GameDay' Breakdown LSU's 52 consecutive non-conference (regular-season) wins are the most in the country, and the Tigers should extend that streak against Wisconsin at Lambeau Field. Wisconsin is adjusting to a new defensive coordinator after the heralded Dave Aranda left in the offseason … to join LSU. Tigers star tailback Leonard Fournette needs only 13 yards to eclipse 3,000 for his career, and the Badgers don't seem to have the talent to keep up with him. Bulletin board material Texas A&M has a reputation as one of the toughest venues in college football, but No. 16 UCLA doesn't seem concerned. "After about 50,000 people," Bruins quarterback Josh Rosen said, "it all sounds about the same." The Aggies have led the SEC in home attendance (103,000-plus) each of the past two seasons and won 21 consecutive non-conference games at Kyle Field. Be careful what you wish for, Josh. Quote of the Week "If anyone jumps for the Lambeau Leap, they'll end up with their thumb out to see if they can get a ride home." — LSU coach Les Miles. His Tigers face Wisconsin at Lambeau Field on Saturday afternoon.