This past week of college football was filled with the Big 12 literally falling into shambles. The SEC is superior, like always.
Not to mention your Tennessee Vols showed us they mean business this season! There are a lot of huge games coming up this weekend. Arguably the Tennessee and Georgia game is the biggest of the week, so let’s pick some games.
Florida (-6.5) @ Texas A&M
Kyle Trask is starting to really look like a Heisman Trophy contender, largely contributing to Kyle Pitts. Texas A&M really needs this victory, or you might see Jimbo Fisher on the hot seat right after getting destroyed by Alabama again this past week. Neither defense for both teams are good, so you’ll get a shootout. This might be the Aggies best shot n upsetting the Gators, considering the game is at Noon.
Florida 38 Texas A&M 31
Miami @ Clemson (-15.5)
This is a top 10 matchup, and it seems weird because the Hurricanes have been junk for so long. This will be Clemson’s first test. The spotlight will be on the QB matchup, Trevor Lawerence for the Tigers and D’Eriq King for the Hurricanes. We’ll see if Miami can actually get over the hump this Saturday!
Miami 17 Clemson 30
Texas vs. Oklahoma (-3.0)
Between the two teams is a lot of winning history; this season is not a showcase of that so far. Both teams are coming off losses, and whoever loses this game could send their season into a spiral. Texas still has a shot at making the playoff if they can win out, but it seems unlikely if they keep playing the way they have. Oklahoma, who is favored, we’re all still thinking why they are, but they need this game in order to keep the season alive already.
Texas 41 Oklahoma 32
Tennessee @ Georgia (-13.5)
The game of the week in the SEC, and it’s well worth it! After the Volunteers had an impressive victory against Missouri, the big orange are coming for the Bulldogs. Georgia looked very impressive against Auburn this past weekend, but Auburn is fake news after their opening win against Kentucky. The big matchup is seeing Tennessee’s offensive line against the Georgia defense, also Cade Mays against his former team. This is Tennessee’s best upset matchup! Georgia has the advantage in some areas, but so does Tennessee; it’ll be an old school game. Be on the lookout for both teams to run the ball 65% of the game. UPSET TIME!
Tennessee 21 Georgia 17