After five weeks of SEC game and action, will Week 6 be the time to get aggressive with your cash?
The opening lines for week 6 have been posted and there are 6 SEC on SEC games to for fans to choose from.
Georgia, after dominating Tennessee on Saturday opens up as a 15.5-point favorite on the road against Vanderbilt. The Commodores have lost two games in a row, including a 59-0 loss to Alabama the last time they played a home game.
Speaking of Alabama, the Crimson Tide open as a big road favorite over Texas A&M. Alabama has won every game by double digits this year, including a 66-3 destruction of Ole Miss this past weekend and is a 24-point favorite over Texas A&M. The Aggies used a fourth quarter comeback to beat South Carolina this past weekend.
The Gamecocks return home this coming weekend and open up as a 1.5-favorite against Arkansas. The Razorbacks beat New Mexico State at home this week.
LSU, following a loss to Troy, opens as a 5-point underdog against Florida. Florida is 3-0 in SEC games this year, including a 38-24 win over Vanderbilt this weekend.
Kentucky also opens as a 14-point favorite at home against Missouri. The Tigers had this past weekend off, while the Wildcats were taken to the wire against Eastern Michigan before they prevailed with a 24-20 win.
Tennessee and Mississippi State, who respectively had losses of 41 and 39 points are off this weekend.
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College Football Betting Odds: Week 5 SEC lines
Note: These lines were taken from Betonline.age on Sunday,Oct. 1 All games are Saturday.
t-center”> Alabama -28
|10/07 – 12:00 PM||Georgia||Vanderbilt||Georgia -15.5|
|10/07 – 12:00 PM||Ole Miss||Auburn||Auburn -21|
|10/07 – 3:30 PM||LSU||Florida||Florida -5|
|10/07 – 4:00 PM||Arkansas||South Carolina||South Carolina -1.5|
|10/07 – 7:15 PM||Alabama||Texas A&M||Alabama -24|
|9/30 – 7:00 PM||Missouri||Kentucky||Kentucky -14|
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