Week 10 SEC Betting Lines Released, As A Big Weekend Awaits

We witnessed one upset this past weekend when Mississippi State took down Kentucky, while Georgia dominated Florida as expected. Heading into Week Ten of the SEC season, we have a few pivotal matchups in the conference to keep an eye on.

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Missouri @ Georgia (-38.5 )

After watching Georgia’s defense and rushing attack against Florida, I expect this game to get ugly on the ground. We’ve watched Missouri’s defense lose games because they haven’t been able to stop the opposing team on the ground, and I expect this week to be the same. The health of Tigers QB Connor Bazelak will be a small factor, as the Dawgs should be able to handle this Missouri team with ease.

Liberty @ Ole Miss (-9.5 )

Hugh Freeze makes his return to Ole Miss, as Liberty heads to Oxford for an interesting non-conference matchup. This could turn into another offensive shootout with Malik Willis leading the Flames’ offense. The Rebels are coming off a loss to Auburn in which Matt Corral took a bunch of hits and left the game at certain times. The health of Corral and how the Rebels defense plays will be key in this game. Either way, you might want to watch the over/under if you’re going to bet on this one.

Auburn @ Texas A&M (-3.5 )

Auburn is coming off a big win over Ole Miss, while Texas A&M had the week off. What Jimbo Fisher has done with Zach Calzada at quarterback has been impressive. This game could could depend on how each team runs the football, where both teams have found success this season. The quarterback matchup between Bo Nix and Calzada will be fun to watch, but this game could definitely be won on the ground. Either way, we’re getting a good one in College Station.

Mississippi State @ Arkansas (-5.5 )

Well, Mississippi State is playing really solid football right now, beating Kentucky this past weekend. Mike Leach has done a tremendous job with Will Rogers, while Arkansas QB K.J. Jefferson has been a leader for the Razorbacks. I am interested to see how Razorbacks DC Barry Odom has his defense play against the pass-happy Bulldogs. This one could see a lot of points produced, so be careful with the betting line.

LSU @ Alabama (-28.5 )

The last time LSU played, they defeated the Florida Gators. This will also be Ed Orgeron’s last game coaching the Tigers against Alabama. I don’t expect this game to be much of a challenge for the Tide, but this game always brings us some crazy moments. It wouldn’t surprise me to see the Tigers hang in for a bit before Alabama takes over on the ground. How will the Alabama secondary play? That is the main question for me. Other than that, I expect Alabama to handle its business in this one. I’d sure like to see this game turn into a battle, but I don’t see it right now.

Tennessee @ Kentucky (-2.5 )

The Wildcats are coming off a really bad performance in Starkville, where their rushing attack could never get going. Kentucky finished the game with under 70 yards rushing and Will Levis threw multiple interceptions. Tennessee will look to speed this game up, which is where we saw the Wildcats fall into trouble this past weekend. If the Vols can get healthy, they could end up beating the Cats, as Hendon Hooker and Tiyon Evans could separate the Vols, if they play with a fast pace. I don’t trust this Kentucky offense right now, so we’ll see whether their defense can stop the Vols’ explosive play-calling. I’d take the Vols and points right now, but we’ll see where this ends up on game day.

Florida @ South Carolina (+17.5 )

The Gators are coming off a pretty bad loss to Georgia, as has every other team that has lined up against the Dawgs. But Florida must get better play from the quarterback position and especially the offensive line. No matter who plays quarterback for the Gators, I expect them to win with their talent. My biggest concern is how motivated Dan Mullen’s team will be against South Carolina. Shane Beamer would sure love to pull off the upset at home, so I expect the Gamecocks to throw everything they can at the Gators. Be careful with this one.

Stay tuned through the week for the latest injury news and betting line movement.

Written by Trey Wallace

Wallace started covering the SEC in 2012, as the conference landscape was beginning to change. Prior to his time in Knoxville, Wallace worked in Nashville for The Read Optional, where he first produced content that garnered national attention. His passion for sports is evident in his work and has led him to break some of college football’s biggest stories. His social media reach and natural podcast proficiency continue to make Wallace one of SEC’s most trusted sources.

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