Last Week: 7-1 straight up, 2-2 against the spread
Season: 71-16 straight up, 38-32-1 against the spread
These lines come from the pick 'em game, but as I composed this post on Tuesday, they may have changed in the interim. Whatever the final line is on Yahoo! is what will count towards the record.
LSU (-12.5) over Arkansas 24-13
I expect LSU to take this one, but not by a huge margin. Arkansas will be tough, but LSU's ability to get at Tyler Wilson will be the difference.
Georgia (-6) over Georgia Tech 28-14
The Bulldogs were napping through their win over Kentucky last week, but they'll be awake for the Jackets.
Tennessee (-7.5) over Kentucky 33-20
With Tyler Bray back, Tennessee shouldn't be bothered too much by the Wildcats and will finally get to bowl eligibility.
Wake Forest (+1.5) over Vanderbilt 24-21
I would like to see Vandy go bowling again, but Wake is actually decent this year. This won't be their last chance at the post season under the current coaching staff though.
Alabama (-21) over Auburn 29-13
Auburn will do some things to make this one interesting, but they won't come as close to a win this time as in 2009.
Florida State (-2.5) over Florida 27-10
I don't want to talk about this. Let's move on.
Mississippi State (-17.5) over Ole Miss 35-9
Dan Mullen gets one more chance to bury Houston Nutt.
South Carolina (-4) over Clemson 20-17
Somehow I don't think this one will go quite like how Gamecock fans want it to, but I do think they'll squeak out a win.