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Year2's Week 14 Picks

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Hard to believe the season's basically over already.

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Last week: 5-2 straight up, 2-2 against the spread

Season: 78-20 straight up, 36-43-4 against the spread

It's hard to believe the season is basically over already. It always starts quickly, seems to slow down, and then is over before you know it. It's been fun sharing the ride with all of you, and here's to a great finish.

Arkansas (-3) over Missouri 24-17

This might be too many points for this game, honestly. It'll be a low scoring slugfest, but the Arkansas offensive line will be the difference in this one.

South Carolina (+4.5) over Clemson 30-24

The Gamecocks score points on everyone, that much we know. With Deshaun Watson playing but probably not 100% and Chad Morris reportedly preparing to take the SMU job, the Tigers might not score enough points to keep up.

Georgia (-13) over Georgia Tech 43-37

The Yellow Jackets are really good this year, and Georgia's defense is not consistent enough for me to call for the Bulldogs covering a two touchdown line.

Louisville (-13.5) over Kentucky 31-20

I think the Wildcats get a late backdoor cover on this one, but the Cardinals are a much better team. UK is improved, but the schedule made it easy to overestimate the progress early on.

Florida State (-7.5) over Florida 35-10

Jameis Winston throwing against a young secondary should be enough for you here, but the unimaginative Gator offense won't make much headway here. Even if Will Muschamp holds nothing back and empties the bag of tricks, it should still be a comfortable FSU win.

Mississippi State (-2.5) over Ole Miss 27-13

The Rebels are limping to the finish and just don't have enough left in the tank to take down a really good and really motivated Bulldog team.

Tennessee (-17) over Vanderbilt 38-10

The Vols get an emphatic win to send themselves back to the postseason.

Alabama (-9) over Auburn 30-17

I was really wrong about these Tigers this year. They're just not the same team at all, and the Tide will take control of this game shortly after giving up a bizarre score of some sort early.