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SEC Week 10 predictions, how to watch and follow

The entire slate of SEC games plus some odds.

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SEC football Week 10 is upon us, with a fun slate of games to look forward to.

From a top-15 showdown in College Station, to the latest installment of Kentucky vs. Tennessee in Lexington, here are your odds for SEC week 10, how to follow, where to watch, and some predictions.

Liberty Flames @ No. 16 Ole Miss Rebels

Time: 12:00 pm EST

Location: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Oxford, Mississippi

TV: SEC Network

Odds: Ole Miss -9.5 via DraftKings

Ole Miss comes in to the game holding a N0. 16 CFP ranking after falling to Auburn last weekend for just their second loss of the season. Matt Corral also seems to be healthy after an injury scare last week against the Tigers.

Meanwhile, Liberty boasts a high-powered offense with arguably the best quarterback in the nation in Malik Willis. Willis vs Corral should be a barn-burner.

Prediction: Ole Miss, 42-31

Missouri Tigers @ No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs

Time: 12:00pm

Location: Sanford Stadium, Athens, Georgia

TV: ESPN

Odds: Georgia -39.5 via DraftKings

Missouri is coming into the game missing starting quarterback Connor Bazelak, which could mean trouble for the lowly Tigers.

Georgia boasts the best defense in the nation, meanwhile Mizzou boasts one of the worst defenses in the nation. If Georgia can hold Tyler Badie in check, which they have held every opposing offense in check this season, Missouri could be in for a very long day between the hedges.

Prediction: Georgia, 56-7

No. 13 Auburn Tigers @ No. 14 Texas A&M Aggies

Time: 3:30pm

Location: Kyle Field, College Station, Texas

TV: CBS

Odds: Texas A&M -5 via DraftKings

Auburn comes off a big win against Ole Miss, while the Aggies are coming off a bye week. Both teams have salvaged what seemed to be seasons heading towards turmoil, both now sitting at 6-2 and separated by one spot in the CFP rankings.

For both teams, they still have a shot at the SEC West, but Texas A&M must win its final three against the Tigers, Ole Miss, and LSU, meanwhile Auburn can afford a loss and still have a crack at the SEC title game if they beat Alabama in the Iron Bowl.

Texas A&M ended a three-game skid to Auburn last year.

Prediction: Texas A&M, 24-20

No. 17 Mississippi State @ Arkansas Razorbacks

Time: 4:00pm EST

Location: Razorback Stadium, Fayetteville, Arkansas

TV: SEC Network

Odds: Arkansas -4.5 via DraftKings

After a hot start to the season and an upset win over a top-10 Texas A&M team, Arkansas has since fallen to 1-3 in the SEC.

Mississippi State and the air-raid seem to be hitting their stride at the right moment, finally getting back into the top-20 rankings at No. 17. Arkansas has dropped three straight in conference play, and the Bulldogs are no easy task to try and break that skid.

But anything can happen at home.

Prediction: Arkansas, 34-28

LSU Tigers @ No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide

Time: 7:00pm EST

Location: Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

TV: ESPN

Odds: Alabama -28.5 via DraftKings

Two years removed from beating the Tide in Bryant-Denny, LSU is a 28.5 point dog, and they have essentially fired head coach Ed Orgeron. What a turn of events.

The Tide snuck up to No. 2 in the CFP rankings, jumping Cincinnati to the dismay of a lot of of the college football world.

Yes, 28.5 is a lot of points, but you know, I may like the Tide in this one. We are on a crash-course for a Georgia-Alabama SEC Championship game.

Prediction: Alabama, 41-10.

Tennessee Volunteers @ No. 18 Kentucky Wildcats

Time: 7:00pm EST

Location: Kroger Field, Lexington, Kentucky

TV: ESPN2

Odds: pickem via DraftKings

Kentucky has dropped its last two after a 6-0 start, and they’re looking to get back on the right track by beating the Vols for the second straight season. Tennessee is coming off a bye-week.

Tennessee has turned it around in year one under Josh Heupel, with a high-powered offense quarterbacked by Hendon Hooker, who Kentucky is no stranger to. Kentucky played against Hooker in the 2019 Belk Bowl while he was at Virginia Tech.

If Kentucky can establish the run game with Chris Rodriguez Jr., something they haven’t done in their past two games, then Kentucky can win this one.

Prediction: Kentucky, 31-14

Florida Gators @ South Carolina Gamecocks

Time: 7:30pm EST

Location: Williams-Bryce Stadium, Columbia, South Carolina

TV: SEC Network

Odds: Florida -20 via DraftKings

Florida goes into Columbia looking to get their season back on track. The Gators are 4-4 and just got thumped by Georgia 34-7 last week.

Meanwhile, the Gamecocks are also 4-4 on the season, a surprise of some sorts, and coming off a bye week after a 44-14 beatdown at the hands of Texas A&M.

Both teams turn the ball over fairly frequently, so I expect a close one.

Prediction: Florida, 24-20