Last Week: 5-0 straight up, 4-1 against the spread
Season: 52-13 straight up, 27-26-1 against the spread
Florida (-13) over Vanderbilt 24-21
This game scares me to death. On the one hand, Vandy is much more like Florida's September opponents than October opponents. That suggests an easy Gator win. On the other, UF is still banged up and Vandy is playing its best football of the year as of late. I don't even know if I want to watch this thing live.
Georgia (-33) over New Mexico State 40-10
I think UGA will win comfortably, but with only walk on running backs, I think 33 is a high number to hit even against NMSU.
Ole Miss (-1) over Kentucky 28-21
The Rebels should win this just on talent differential alone. They're on the road though, so who knows?
Tennessee (-20.5) over Middle Tennessee 38-14
The Vols typically win these kinds of games big, even in the disjointed Dooley era.
Arkansas (-5) over South Carolina 30-10
The Hogs were probably looking ahead to this game last week. They're a bad matchup for South Carolina, who doesn't have much on offense anymore with Marcus Lattimore out and Alshon Jeffery MIA.
Mississippi State (-) over Tennessee-Martin 55-7
If I was a MSU fan with season tickets, I'd probably still stay home and watch the other big games instead.
LSU (+4.5) over Alabama 26-20
God help me, but I'm with Jarrett Lee in this one. LSU's passing game will be the difference as its defense slows the Bama rushing game down enough to win. Marquis Maze alone isn't enough to help A.J. McCarron pass the Tide to victory, and once LSU finds a way to take away the screens and tight end throws, that'll be about it for Bama's pass attack.