Leans: MSU +7.5 at UGA - don't think MSU has a let down game. not Mullen's first time winning a big game and having to get his guys up for the next one. I think it's low scoring - I was big on UGA D vs. ND getting them the W then. I still think they could win I just see it being a defensive game and neither one pulling away. UF -145 at UK - honestly just betting on the more talented team winning the game. If Stephen Johnson shows he can ball vs. a talented Defense and Kentucky's D can put the clamps on the UF running game (I know it was vs. the VoLOLs but they had 3 guys average 4+ YPC) then I'll take my L and probably change my entire view on the rest of UK's season. FWIW I would still be taking UF had they lost on Saturday. Auburn -18.5 at Mizzou - we looked like shit vs. Mercer. Not reading too much into that honestly just because I don't think we'll turn the ball over a half dozen times every game or call the same 3 running plays the entire game vs. real opponents. Mizzou is a bad football team. Auburn should be able to dominate this game on the ground. 205 172 and 139 rush yards allowed on D - all well above the other performances by each team. See this game being a lot like the Auburn-Arkansas 2016 game Vandy +18.5 vs Bama - It's tough to type that pick and not have some doubts... I think bama wins but Vandy isn't a complete pushover anymore and playing D. Their D kept them in 1 score games vs. USCe, UF, AU last year and beat UGA, OMiss and UT. Bama's offense hasn't been impressive with Hurts since he's taken over. Their ridiculous defense won the games last year and so far this year. See this one as a 14-3 / 17-7 type game that Bama wins. Arky - A&M Over - if the number comes out around 50-55 (haven't seen one yet). Two horrible run defenses and two offenses that have success when they can get a ground game going = points.