It's hard to make Bulldog heads or Gamecock tails out of the Southeastern Conference so far this season.
Just six games into league play and insanity has ensued.
The league's best women's basketball team was knocked off Thursday night. One of the teams that's been struggling in the past few seasons got its first win against what seemed like an unlikely opponent.
There are six teams with at least three wins in the SEC.
There are seven with at least three losses.
Only one team doesn't have a conference win yet.
The craziness has fascinated Kentucky Coach Matthew Mitchell.
"I haven't seen anything like this," said Mitchell, who has been closely following women's basketball in the SEC since the late 1990s. "It's very exciting. We have teams that are six games into it and you really don't have a real good idea of how things are going to turn out."
That's not usually how it is, Mitchell said.
"Generally by six games, you know a top four or five has emerged and a bottom four or five has emerged, but it's wide open," he said.
In this week's USA Today/ESPN coaches' poll, there are five SEC teams in the top 25: No. 3 Tennessee, No. 8 Georgia, No. 19 Louisiana State, No. 20 Vanderbilt and No. 25 Kentucky.
Of those five, all have suffered an SEC loss, including three (UK, Vandy and LSU) that have at least two league losses already.
Seeing how wide open the conference is has Mitchell excited about the possibilities.
On Friday, Mitchell talked about liking UK's chances going forward.
"I do; I do," he said. "I'll tell the team today we need to put everything we can into every game because you have no idea what's going to happen in this thing.
"The players need to be excited — I know I am — we win a few games here and we could really get some things done."
Kentucky (15-3, 3-2 SEC) has a long way to go, though, with games at ranked Tennessee, LSU and Vanderbilt as well as another showdown with Georgia, which topped the Wildcats in overtime at Athens.
And those are just the currently ranked opponents.
Just a sideways glance at a week or two in league play is enough to cause a kink in the neck.
Alabama, winless in the SEC until Thursday, got a win over Florida, which already had a big win at Mississippi State. The Gators also took No. 3 Tennessee down to the wire (and fell by two points) less than two weeks ago.
A couple of weeks ago, UK beat then-No. 17 Vanderbilt by 10, then the Commodores turned around and beat then-No. 6 Georgia by 22 points. Then the same Bulldogs upset the Volunteers on Thursday.
There seem to be no easy games in the SEC, especially on the road, where UK has gone 0-2 so far.
"Our only shot in each of these games is we have to play harder than the other team and when we do that, we at least give ourselves a chance," Mitchell said.
That first opportunity to extend its home winning streak to 14 games comes Sunday against Auburn, which has lost its last two SEC games at South Carolina and at home against Vandy.
But Mitchell said the Tigers' 11-8 record and 2-4 conference mark is deceptive.
"They are a team that has already gone on the road and beaten LSU, so they're familiar with going on the road and having success in the league," he said. "Not a lot of people have been able to do that yet."