Riley Blevins, who occupies last place in the SEC Picks competition, launched his comeback last weekend by picking Auburn's upset of Ole Miss en route to a 6-1 record. Everyone else went 5-2. Randy Moore and Danny Parker continue to share the season lead at 52-5. Josh Woodward is next at 51-6, with Blevins (48-9) coming up fast on the outside.
Here are this week's picks:
RANDY MOORE (52-5)
South Carolina at Arkansas: Both teams tend to be up and down but I think the Gamecocks will be up this weekend. Carolina, 31-21
Western Carolina at Auburn: The Catamounts allowed 40.8 points per game in going 1-10 last season. That sounds about right. Auburn, 41-10
Texas A&M at Ole Miss: The Rebels' Hugh Freeze was hailed as a genius when his team started 3-0. He'll be dubbed an idiot after suffering a third loss in a row. Aggies, 38-28
Bowling Green at Miss. State: The Falcons are 5-1 and averaging 32 points per game. Can someone explain why Dave Clawson's offense works everywhere he's been except Tennessee? Maybe it works against everybody but SEC teams. Bulldogs, 35-21
DANNY PARKER (52-5)
Alabama at Kentucky: The Wildcats showed some spirit in South Carolina but the Tide rolls in Lexington. Alabama, 38-13.
South Carolina at Arkansas: Interesting matchup. Alex Collins netted 54 rushing yards versus the Gators last week. The freshman is likely to do better this week but will it be enough? South Carolina, 34-30.
Western Carolina at Auburn: The Tigers look like a well-coached football team that's improving every week. Bad news for Todd Raleigh's old school. Auburn, 58-3.
Florida at LSU: This one's worth finding a television screen for this weekend. Whoa! The Tigers' Sunday-bound wideouts versus the Gators' Sunday-bound defensive backs. LSU, 24-20.
Missouri at Georgia: Tempted to predict an upset but with it being at Sanford, can't do it. Georgia, 37-27.
Texas A&M at Ole Miss: The downward spiral that is Rebels football continues. Hate it for coach Hugh Freeze and Bo Wallace as I'm a fan of both. Too much offense coming from College Station. Texas A&M, 49-42.
Bowling Green at Miss. State: Dave Clawson always treated me with respect. Go get 'em, coach! Mississippi State, 44-14.
JOSH WOODWARD (51-6)
Alabama at Kentucky: Wow what a game here, will be more Bama fans than Kentucky. 48-10 Tide
South Carolina at Arkansas: Arkansas is a tough place to play and South Carolina has had plenty of distractions with all the Clowney stuff. I still think the Gamecocks have more talent. 35-21 South Carolina
Western Carolina at Auburn: Shouldn't be much of a game unless Auburn is sleeping. 38-10 Tigers
Florida at LSU: Florida likely has the best defense in the country, but I still see LSU scoring some points. 35-20 Tigers
Missouri at Georgia: This could be a good game with all the Georgia injuries, I'm going with the home team though. 45-33 Bulldogs
Texas A&M at Ole Miss: Offense is the name of this game, especially for Texas A&M. 46-41 Aggies
Bowling Green at Miss. State: If Dan Mullen loses this game he is fired, I don't see them losing. 42-17 Bulldogs
RILEY BLEVINS (48-9)
Alabama at Kentucky: Kentucky played South Carolina very tough. So I expect them to play Alabama tough, too. Alabama 45, Kentucky 3.
South Carolina at Arkansas: Jadeveon Clowney may as well take another Saturday off. He won't be needed to win this one. Gamecocks 31-14.
Western Carolina at Auburn: Auburn is lucky this one is being played at Jordan-Hare, otherwise it would be a close one. Auburn 48-10.
Florida at LSU: Zach Mettenberger and Les Miles > Tyler Murphy and Will Muschamp. LSU 28-17.
Missouri at Georgia: Georgia got a wake up call in Neyland last Saturday. They're going to come out swinging. Georgia 28-14.
Texas A&M at Ole Miss: Ole Miss goes on a two game skid. There's no stopping Johnny Football this weekend. Aggies 41-28.
Bowling Green at Miss. State: This game still wouldn't be interesting even it was being played a Bristol Motor Speedway. Miss. State 34-17.