College Football Predictions Week 7: SEC Picks Against the Spread
The nation's premier conference is in action in Week 7 featuring five conference battles that features four ranked teams in action. On an interesting note, all five SEC road teams come in as favorites this week.
Let's take a look at my SEC locks of the week for Week 7.
South Carolina (-3.5) at Mississippi State: The Bulldogs have been an underachieving bunch all season, but look for their best effort today at home. Gamecocks quarterback Connor Shaw will find things much more difficult this week in his second start. Upset special. Mississippi State 20-17.
LSU (-18.5) at Tennessee: No Tyler Bray for Tennessee, no chance. The Vols likely weren't going to win this game with Bray under center, so they aren't going to with Matt Simms getting the start. Simms is a capable quarterback, but this is a tough situation to be thrown into. Tigers 37-17.
Alabama (-28) at Mississippi: Roll tide roll. Should be an easy win for Alabama, but could be a tough cover. Crimson Tide 34-13.
Florida (-2) at Auburn: It probably doesn't matter if Florida coach Will Muschamp goes with Jacoby Brissett or Jeff Driskel under center, the Gators losing streak is about to hit three. Auburn 27-17.
Georgia (-12.5) at Vanderbilt: The Georgia defense has been playing great as of late and that will make all of the difference in this one. Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray will also continue his streak of good play as Georgia will win their fifth straight game. Bulldogs 31-16.
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