The SEC seems top-heavy this year, and by top-heavy, I mean Georgia and Alabama. Kentucky, Arkansas and Tennessee are all three good teams with major flaws. Check out our top football betting sites.
Vanderbilt has given up 76 points in their last two games since embarrassing a horrid Hawai team in Week zero. If they can get a when against Northern Illinois this weekend, they will have won as many games as anybody expected from this season.
Missouri looked unprepared to play last week and got their doors blown off. Next up is Abilene Christian which should be a win.
LSU beat Southern on Saturday, which means absolutely nothing. This weekend’s matchup with Mississippi will tell us how much trouble Brian Kelly’s team will be in this season.
The Tigers are 2-0, but those were over cupcakes; now Penn State is next, and that figures to be a better barometer of where the Tigers stand. The Quarterback play is bad and they lack playmakers. If you want to make some quick cash this week, bet on Penn State to beat Auburn.
Preseason top ten? The Aggies got dominated by Appalachian State last Saturday as the Aggies have no running game, and the Quarterback play was atrocious. The Aggies are in trouble and have to be the most disappointing team in the SEC this season.
The Gamecocks fell behind early to Arkansas and could never get back in it. They suffered two massive injuries on defense and overall played a disappointing game against Arkansas. Spencer Rattler played well but to get some wins against teams ranked ahead of them; they will need more production from the run game.
The Rebels have no clear starting quarterback and lane Kiffin better make a decision fast with the Kentucky Wildcats looming in two weeks.
The gators upset Utah in week one but fell to the Kentucky Wildcats in week two. The Gators are a much better team than last year, but they need a quarterback who can complete passes and so far this season that’s not Anthony Richardson.
Mike leach has the Bulldogs rolling behind QB Will Rogers, who completed nearly 80% of his passes in a big week two win at Arizona. Rogers has thrown nine touchdown passes in his first two games this season.
The Volunteers were lucky to escape Pitt with a win. They had issues stopping the run, but the difference in the game was the ability to get to the passer. WR Cedric Tillman was the star of this week two show.
A case can be made for the Wildcats being at number two. They are tough on defense. They have an elite college quarterback. The only question will be the Wildcats’ ability to move the ball on the ground. Check out our top football odds.
The Razorbacks have one of the toughest schedules in the country, maybe the toughest. The week one win over the Cincinnati Bearcats was impressive; in week 2, they dominated South Carolina.
The Tide struggled in a close week two win over the Texas Longhorns. The receivers and running game do not look as sharp as usual, but the defense is dominant, and Quarterback Bryce Young is special.
There is no question at this moment that the Georgia Bulldogs are the best team in the Country. They have given up zero touchdowns in two games this season. They probably should be in jail for what they did to the Oregon Ducks in week one.
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