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TSK Staffers Pick Week Nine

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Last week pretty much went to scratch. With the only major game that there was consternation over being Kentucky’s trip to Mississippi State, seven staffers had taken the Wildcats to win on the road. Other than that and one staffer taking Idaho over Missouri so everyone got either four or five games correct.

This week could be a different story. The only unanimous game is the Georgia-Florida game in Jacksonville (the Gators get no takers) and Vanderbilt only got a single pick on the road at South Carolina.

The remaining games have some debate. Arkansas and Tennessee both got three picks to win on the road (at Ole Miss and Kentucky) while Mississippi State picked up five votes to win in College Station.

That leaves Missouri’s trip to see the leaves (or is it too late for that??) at UConn. Three people took the Huskies to take down the Tigers and, if that happens, Barry Odom might get Kiffin’d at the Hartford airport.

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Week Nine Picks

Contributor Week Eight Results Season Total Arkansas at Ole Miss WLOCP Tennessee at Kentucky Mississippi State at Texas A&M Missouri at UConn Vanderbilt at South Carolina
Contributor Week Eight Results Season Total Arkansas at Ole Miss WLOCP Tennessee at Kentucky Mississippi State at Texas A&M Missouri at UConn Vanderbilt at South Carolina
Alex Dusza 5-0 57-13 Ole Miss Georgia Kentucky Mississippi State Missouri South Carolina
Nicholas Sullivan 4-1 53-17 Arkansas Georgia Kentucky Mississippi State Missouri South Carolina
Jonathan Waldrop 5-0 58-12 Arkansas Georgia Kentucky Texas A&M UConn South Carolina
Tom Stephenson 5-0 60-10 Ole Miss Georgia Tennessee Mississippi State UConn Vanderbilt
Niesha D 4-1 59-11 Ole Miss Georgia Tennessee Mississippi State Missouri South Carolina
Cam Newton 4-1 38-13 Ole Miss Georgia Tennessee Texas A&M Missouri South Carolina
Brandon Cain 4-1 52-8 Arkansas Georgia Kentucky Texas A&M UConn South Carolina
Robert O'Neill 4-1 34-12 Ole Miss Georgia Kentucky Texas A&M Missouri South Carolina
Christopher Novak 4-1 51-9 Ole Miss Georgia Kentucky Mississippi State Missouri South Carolina