SEC Picks: Wekk 11

Michael HicksSenior Analyst INovember 7, 2008

Florida 34, Vanderbilt 7:  The Gators have won their last four games by an average margin of 39.5 points. The Commodores are still looking for that sixth win to become bowl eligible after starting out 5-0. It will be close for a while but Florida’s offense is rolling.

Georgia 28, Kentucky 17: The Bulldogs need a pick-up game after the beat down they got in Jacksonville.  Kentucky could cause the Bulldogs problems if they do not play better defense.

Tennessee 31, Wyoming 7: The Vols need this win. Look for the players to play for Coach Fulmer now that they know he is on his way out.

Arkansas 21, South Carolina 17: The Hogs have won two of their last four games, and it could easily be four of four. The Gamecock’s are getting done with defense, they are ranked third nationally in total defense. The Hogs find away to win another close game.

Auburn 35, Tennessee-Martin 3:  The Tigers need a win more than the Vols. Look for Auburn to finally ditch the passing game and play smash mouth football. Tommy Tuberville may not acknowledge it but he knows he is coaching for his job.

Alabama 31, LSU 17: Nick Saban returns to the Bayou for the fist time since he led the Tigers to the National Title. Look for the LSU defense to control the line of scrimmage and stop the rushing attack of LSU. Alabama is on mission this season and all the bottles and rocks tossed at the Tide bus will not stop them.

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