Thursday, September 17, 2009

Moral Victory! predictions for this week's SEC games

No, Tennessee-Florida is not the game of the week. More like blowout of the week. But you already knew that. I think the league's best matchups this week are Georgia at Arkansas, West Virginia at Auburn, and yes, Miss State at Vanderbilt. Here we go:

Tennessee at Florida: Words don't matter — or maybe they make butt-whippings even bigger. Don't forget that the Vol defense is pretty stout. Of course, Tebow is stouter. Gators 38-10.

Louisville at Kentucky: The Cats offense looked surprisingly smooth and powerful a couple of weeks ago. Now they're at home. Wildcats 31-20.

North Texas at Alabama: The Tide continues to get all those blue chip recruits some experience before the SEC schedule. Crimson Tide 35-3.

La-Lafayette at LSU: The Tiger offense is glad to take a break from the Vandy defense. LSU 44-17.

Miss State at Vanderbilt: We'll handle this one closer to game time.

Florida Atlantic at South Carolina: Which Gamecock offense will show up this week? Won't matter. Gamecocks 27-10.

Southeastern Louisiana at Ole Miss: It's the home opener for the Rebels, with the usual cupcake. Rebels 35-13.

West Virginia at Auburn: The Tigers are looking good, and for now they're sticking to the friendly confines of Jordan-Hare Stadium. Tigers 31-21.

Georgia at Arkansas: Razorback fans have got to be excited about this one. Points will be scored, though not as many as last week's UGA-SC game. Expect Joe Cox to keep his job for at least another week. Bulldogs 28-24.


Chris Jennings said...

Talk is cheap. I can't wait to see Florida crush Tennessee!


A lot of people can't. Mostly, I hope that UT's Crompton plays well enough to keep the job until the Vandebilt game.