Alabama vs. Ole Miss: W 38-6
I don't know if anyone else has noticed, but Bama has averaged 36.666 (yes Bama's a beast) pts per game during the last three SEC matchups. Let's face it, bye week or no, the Rebels/Bears/whatever are not keeping this game close. I would expect something similar to Vandy but not quite as slow a start this go round. Saban goes deep in the depth chart by midway through the third quarter once again. Sims comes into the fourth and gets a few pass reps.
Auburn vs. Florida: W 28-24
I'll keep betting for Auburn as this is one pick I can take being wrong and worry very little. Both teams will have flashes of speed and some good runs, but both will struggle in the air. Florida's D line should have the edge, but they are away, AND just went through the toughest 2 game stretch (get ready Vols - it's going to hit you too!) of any SEC team to date. This one will be fun to watch - kind of like waiting for a wreck at NASCAR (no I don't watch NASCAR, but the wreck trailers on ESPN are cool).
Sparty vs. Meeeechigan: W 21-17
Could have gone with GA and Vandy, but that would have been a waste of time as Richt and Co. will cruise to victory. This game interests me because the Wolverines are undefeated and Mich St, barring the ND game as an aberration, has a decent D relative to the Big 10. Sparty held Robinson in check last year and I expect the same thing to happen this year. Also no offense to Robinson, but he's a Heisman candidate and I want Richardson to win.