The InsideTennessee staff achieved a first last weekend. Each of the four experts went 7-0 in producing a combined record of 28-0.
Chris Price improved to 33-5 and maintains a two-game lead over Josh Woodward and Danny Parker, each checking in at 31-7. Randy Moore now stands 30-8 for the year.
Here are their projections for this week's games, plus their year-to-date records:
CHRIS PRICE (33-5)
Alabama at Florida: This is definitely one of the premier match ups of the weekend. I am excited to catch a few minutes of it, but I still think that the Tide are going to get it done. They are just so talented and I still believe with Justin Hunter the Vols could have topped Florida. Just not that impressed with the Gators. Alabama, 31-17.
Arkansas vs. Texas A&M (Arlington, Texas): This is an interesting ball game right here. It will be fun to see what the future member of the SEC can do against Arkansas, but I am taking A&M. I think they have the defense and the offense to play with the Hogs and I am not convinced of Arkansas' defense. Aggies, 38-34.
Auburn at South Carolina: Auburn has shown its true colors without Heisman trophy winner Cam Newton. If this game were at Auburn I am about 95 percent sure that I would pick the Tigers, but with South Carolina at home I am taking Spurrier and the Gamecocks. South Carolina, 27-10.
Mississippi State at Georgia: Mississippi State is scrappy, but I just don't think they can do it on the road at Georgia. The Dogs have their backs against the wall and you don't want to corner a frightened dog. Georgia, 33-14.
Kentucky at LSU: Really? LSU, 87-10. And 80 of those points are likely to be scored by the defense.
Ole Miss at Fresno State: Ole Miss is terrible. I am taking Fresno State, 28-10.
Buffalo at Tennessee: The Vols will completely overpower the Bulls. Tennessee, 52-14.
JOSH WOODWARD (31-7)
Alabama at Florida: 35-21, Crimson Tide get it done in the swamp
Arkansas vs. Texas A&M (Arlington, Texas): 28-27, Aggies beat up on Petrino
Auburn at South Carolina: 24-21, Gamecocks with a close one
Mississippi State at Georgia: 28-24, Bulldogs. Which Bulldogs you ask? Georgia in a close one.
Kentucky at LSU: 45-3 LSU keeps on rolling
Ole Miss at Fresno State: 35-28, Fresno State gets revenge on the Black Bears
Buffalo at Tennessee: 28-10, Vols. Georgia is looming on the mind of the young Vols
DANNY PARKER (31-7)
Alabama at Florida: Possibly the most underrated game of the early portion of the college season. Both DCs should put the weight of the game on the opposing QBs. Alabama, 19-9
Arkansas vs. Texas A&M (Arlington, Texas): It'll be interesting to see if there are SEC chants from both sides. Texas A&M, 37-28
Auburn at South Carolina: This is a recurring theme out of me, but I expect for Spurrier to ride Marcus Lattimore till he bolts for the NFL. S. Carolina, 45-38
Mississippi State at Georgia: One of the tougher games to pick of the month. Yikes! Both teams and programs confuse me. Let's flip a coin. Georgia, 22-21
Kentucky at LSU: As long as the Bayou Bengals don't look past the 'Cats, this one should be a comfortable beating. LSU, 34-7
Ole Miss at Fresno State: If Houston Nutt loses this one...uh, let's just say it won't be a fun trip back to Oxford. Ole Miss, 13-10
Buffalo at Tennessee: Look for some new weapons on both sides of the football to be unleashed. Tennessee, 52-12
RANDY MOORE (30-8)
Alabama at Florida: The Gators are better than I expected but the Tide is every bit as good as I expected ... as in terrific. Bama, 27-20
Arkansas vs. Texas A&M (Arlington, Texas): The Hogs bounce back after getting trounced in Tuscaloosa. Arkansas, 34-27
Auburn at South Carolina: Two really hard-to-figure teams but the game's in Columbia, so ... Gamecocks, 31-24
Mississippi State at Georgia: Both teams have been playing well below their potential. Georgia has the home field and Aaron Murray, though. UGA, 20-17
Kentucky at LSU: Are you kidding me? LSU, 49-7
Ole Miss at Fresno State: I thought this might be a good game, then I remembered that Ole Miss lost by 23 at Vanderbilt. Fresno, 27-13
Buffalo at Tennessee: The Vols will be looking ahead to Georgia but not enough to keep this one too close. Tennessee, 30-7