|Alabama vs. South Carolina||6:30 p.m. ET||SEC Network|
|Florida vs. Georgia||7 p.m. ET||ESPN|
|LSU vs. Kentucky||7 p.m. ET||ESPN|
|Vanderbilt vs. Arkansas||8:30 p.m. ET||SEC Network|
|Mississippi State vs. Auburn||9 p.m. ET||ESPNU|
(All games available via WatchESPN)
The headliner in tonight’s slate is Florida-Georgia, as the Bulldogs will aim to do what Kentucky couldn’t on Saturday. The Gators annihilated the Wildcats in the O-Dome in perhaps one of the most impressive showings by a team this season, never once trailing UK in the entire game and holding a lead as large as 24. With the game being in Athens, it may be worth noting that Georgia holds a slim 4-3 advantage in the last seven games played at Stegeman Coliseum dating back to the 2008-09 season.
The SEC’s leader has that much more pressure on them now after that aforementioned drubbing of Kentucky by Florida. The South Carolina Gamecocks are 9-1 in SEC play and now have both the Wildcats and the Gators breathing down their necks. They’ll be hosting the Alabama Crimson Tide in Columbia on Tuesday night, a game they’re currently projected to win, and handling their business prior to their road trip later this week to Starkville should be priority numero uno.
Meanwhile, Kentucky will be heading back to Rupp Arena where they’ll hope to get back on the right track. A meeting against the lowly LSU Tigers should do the trick as the Tigers are ranked 169th on KenPom as of writing. To that point, UK has a win probability of... 99 percent right now.
Elsewhere, after knocking off Tennessee on Saturday, the Mississippi State Bulldogs looks to do the same on the road against the Auburn Tigers. And Arkansas looks to get the stank off them after losing on the road to Mizzou as they welcome Vanderbilt to Bud Walton Arena.
(Tom was unable to write today, but his picks are still here!)
- South Carolina -7.5
- Georgia +5.5
- Kentucky -24.5
- Vanderbilt +3.5
- Auburn 3.5