SEC Picks: Against the spread, week 10
It’s time once again to pick the winners across the board in the SEC. And just when I was starting to lose hope, I noticed Missouri scored a touchdown this week. That means anything is possible, I guess.
Florida -21 vs. Vanderbilt
Florida is trying to clinch a spot in the SEC title game. Vanderbilt, on the other hand, is presumably trying to clinch a spot on the list of teams Most Likely to Cure Insomnia. Both teams will take steps toward achieving those goals on Saturday.
Kentucky +14.5 at UGA
There have been so many rumors swirling around Athens, Ga. this week that UGA might have to credential reporters from the National Inquirer. What can be confirmed though is that UGA fans wish the UGA players fought the other team as hard as the UGA coaches apparently fight each other.
Ole Miss -10.5 vs Arkansas
The biggest question on the Internet this week dealt with whether a hot dog is a sandwich. The second biggest question could’ve been this: How did Arkansas give up more than 500 yards of offense to Tennessee-Martin last week? By the time anyone answers that one, the Razorbacks will have another loss. However, the hot dog debate will likely never end.
Tennessee -17 vs. South Carolina
A game between Tennessee and South Carolina just isn’t the same without Steve Spurrier. He had a history of ruining so many otherwise good seasons for the Vols. Of course, this year Tennessee has proved more than capable of ruining its own season. That said, the Vols will get an easy win this weekend.
Texas A&M -7 vs. Auburn
The last time Auburn traveled to Texas A&M was 2013. The Tigers upset Johnny Manziel and the Aggies that day. Since then, it’s mostly been Auburn fans that have been upset. They’ll have another reason to feel that way after Saturday.
Alabama -6.5 vs LSU
The reason this is such a big game is because of all the future NFL stars on both teams. In other words, the only place you’ll find more pro athletes is a Kardashian’s bedroom. Alabama will have enough of that talent to cover the spread.