This weekend's most interesting matchup projects to be Tennessee at Georgia. The other games — Ole Miss at Alabama, Arkansas at Texas A&M, South Carolina at Kentucky, Towson at LSU and Missouri at Central Florida — promise about as much intrigue as a game of Tic-Tac-Toe.
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DANNY PARKER (40-5)
Ole Miss at Alabama: The Crimson Tide should be able to get some carries for backs Nos. 4 and 5 in this one. Alabama, 52-7.
Arkansas at Texas A&M: That Razorback train derailed a couple weeks ago. National championship talk has turned into wonder if they can get bowl eligible. Texas A&M, 41-9.
South Carolina at Kentucky: Steve Spurrier, in a classy move, calls off the dogs sooner than he would have 10 years ago. South Carolina, 38-6.
Towson at LSU: Who scheduled this one? Confidence booster for the scout team and walk-ons in the fourth quarter I suppose. LSU, 58-0.
Missouri at Central Florida: It's time for the Tigers to start representing the top division in the top league in the country. Missouri, 24-10.
Tennessee at Georgia: Just don't see the passion to take the Vols back to the upper echelon of the SEC. Georgia's got that swagger on top of tons of talent. Georgia, 41-13.
JOSH WOODWARD (38-7)
Ole Miss at Alabama: Not sure what do think of this game, will Bama beat them by 49 or 59. I will go with 49. 52-3 Alabama
Arkansas at Texas A&M: Arkansas has imploded and it doesn't stop with A&M. 28-17 Aggies
South Carolina at Kentucky: South Carolina looked great against Missouri, they will look great against a worse Kentucky team. 48-10 Gamecocks
Towson at LSU: Who is Towson? I seriously have never heard of them, so I will go with LSU. 63-7
Missouri at Central Florida: Missouri got hammered by South Carolina, let's see if they can bounce back this week against Central Florida. 35-20 Missouri
Tennessee at Georgia: The buzz in Knoxville is gone after the Florida loss, the Akron win wasn't much better for the morale of the fans. Tennessee needs to play lights out to have a chance at Georgia, they need some breaks to go their way. I don't see the defense being able to stop Georgia running the ball, making the 4th quarter a rough one to watch for Big Orange fans. 35-21 Georgia
RANDY MOORE (38-7)
Ole Miss at Alabama: Hell will Hugh Freeze over before I'd pick the Rebels to win this game. Tide, 35-7
Arkansas at Texas A&M: The John L. Smith farewell tour continues. Aggies, 31-10
South Carolina at Kentucky: The Joker Phillips farewell tour continues. Gamecocks, 31-10
Towson at LSU: I'm taking the Tigers, 35-0 ... at halftime. LSU, 56-7
Missouri at Central Florida: UCF beat Akron more decisively (56-14) than Tennessee did and played THE Ohio State University to a 15-point loss in Columbus. Still, I have to go with the SEC team. Tigers, 27-20
Tennessee at Georgia: The Vols will have a lot better chance to win against the Bulldogs they face in Game 6 at Starkville. Dawgs, 31-21
CHRIS PRICE (38-7)
Ole Miss at Alabama: Again, I won't even think about an Alabama pick until they play LSU. Tide 48-13.
Arkansas at Texas A&M: These are becoming no brainers as well, at least when you are talking about Arkansas. Aggies 34-17.
South Carolina at Kentucky: Kentucky is plain turrible in the words of Sir Charles. That's right I said turrible. South Carolina 42-12.
Towson at LSU: I can honest say I have never heard of Towson, but I feel terrible for them. I hope no one is killed. Tigers 38-0.
Missouri at Central Florida: Probably a little closer than an SEC team should play, but does Missouri really even count yet? Tigers 31-20.
Tennessee at Georgia: I have seen nothing out of this Tennessee team that makes me think they have the mental toughness or just the pure determination go win this football game. I think they will give up some big ones and they crawl into a hole. Bulldogs 48-13.