SEC Football Predictions-Week of November 13, 2010

I thought it was high time to talk about something other than Cam Newton and the many low-lifes spreading disinformation and lies about him, so here are my predictions for the coming weekend.

 Cam Newton-Heisman Trophy Winner

I don’s suspect the fodder will stop any time soon.  The people behind this are pretty despicable and they will stop at nothing to smear the Auburn  program and Cam.

 

Ole Miss  at Tennessee

Tyler Bray-UT Quarterback

Ole Miss is pretty bad, but so is Tennessee.  The Vols should prevail at home, but they will not run the Rebs off the field.  UT 27- Ole Miss 24

 

Vanderbilt  at Kentucky

Randall Cobb Randall Cobb #18 of the Kentucky Widcats celebrates after running for a touchdown during the game against the Norfolk State Spartans at Commonwealth Stadium on September 6, 2008 in Lexington, Kentucky

Another game that will be less than expected.  UK is good offensively, Vandy is good defensively, but the  Dores are pretty thin.  Cats prevail 31-21

 

Georgia  at Auburn

Michael Dyer-Auburn RB

Interesting game-will more be printed about the on-field or off the field antics of the week.  Auburn will prevail 45-35

Texas at El Paso at Arkansas

Ryan Mallett-Arkansas QB

Laugher for the Hogs at home-Arkansas wins 55-13

 

Louisiana-Monroe at LSU

Jarrett Lee-LSU

Tigers will be a little hung over from last week and will not wake up until late-LSU wins 21-15.

 

Mississippi St at Alabama

Julio Jones-Alabama

Can they both lose?  I don’t think so, but the Tide will prevail at home 21-17.

 

South Carolina  at Florida

Stephen Garcia-USC Gamecocks

The experts will all go with Florida, but I will not.  Steven Garcia will strike back and defeat the Gators in the Swamp, 31-28

 

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