12PM EST: Vanderbilt +13.5 (3 Units)
Vandy has yet to pick-up a win in SEC play, but they’ll face the 2nd worst team in the conference today. They’ve shown a knack for hanging around. Losing to Kentucky by 16, Georgia, Mizzu, and Kentucky all by 17. That Georgia game was relatively competitive for the majority as well. South Carolina on the other hand just battled against a first year FBS program. That’s a combination of Jacksonville State being better than most think, but they were thoroughly outcoached in that game. Still, that was an FCS program a season ago that took a tie game into the 4th quarter. South Carolina hasn’t held an FBS opponent under 28 points all year. Vandy should never find itself out of this game.
7PM EST: Ole Miss +10.5 (3 Units)
Ole Miss has an incredibly potent offense and just hung up 38 on a very good Texas A&M defense. This Georgia defense isn’t nearly as dominant as years past either. They’ve allowed 20+ to every SEC opponent they’ve faced outside of South Carolina and Kentucky. Georgia’s offense has started to put it together with Carson Beck under center, but this Ole Miss defense allows 24.9 points per game. By no means an elite defense but they should provide some resistance. Enough to let the Ole Miss offense keep them in this game.
10:30PM EST: USC +16 (3 Units)
USC is far from championship contender, but Caleb Williams and the Trojans offense can score points. 16 points is a lot to give the future #1 overall pick. The Ducks defense is vastly improved from previous years but any decent offense has had no issue scoring points. Texas Tech scored 30, Washington 36, and even Washington State out up 24. Even if Oregon comes out and lights them up this has backdoor potential all over it. Trojans have been able to score on everyone, let alone potential back-ups.