|12:00||Charleston So||S Carolina||SEC NETWORK|
|3:30||(12) Texas A&M||(1) Clemson||ABC|
|3:30||Southern Miss||Miss St||ESPNU|
|4:00||New Mexico St||(2) Alabama||SEC NETWORK|
|4:00||Murray State||(3) Georgia||ESPN2|
|7:30||(6) LSU||(9) Texas||ABC|
|7:30||UT Martin||(11) Florida||ESPNU|
|7:30||E Michigan||Kentucky||SEC NETWORK|
|7:30||Arkansas||Ole Miss||SEC NETWORK|
This week will kick off with a pretty interesting game when Neal Brown travels to Columbia to take on Missouri and new starting transfer quarterback Kelly Bryant. Missouri lost last week to Wyoming on the road and their defense gave up 297 yards on the ground. West Virginia is 1-0 after beating JMU last week and still comes in as a 13.5 point underdog. The key for Neal Brown will be running the ball which they did not do effectively in week 1, only gaining 34 yards total.
Tennessee and BYU could be one to keep your eye on. With the Vols huge loss last week it’ll be put up or shut up this week and we will all see if the Vols are going to be competitive at all this year. With a win, I believe they will get back on track and will look to build momentum coming into SEC play. If they lose, Jeremy Pruitt might lose his job and who knows how many wins they’ll end up with this year.
Two great top 25 match ups will feature SEC teams this week when Texas A&M goes to Death Valley to take on Clemson. I don’t think the Aggies will be able to handle the Tigers in this one. Also, LSU and Texas will not only be a top 25 game but both are in the top 10. I don’t think Texas will be able to match LSU on defense and I think the Tigers roll in this one. Arkansas and Ole Miss will be the only SEC match up this week and it just so happens to be the two worst teams in the SEC. Last year their combined conference record was 1-15. This year Arkansas is 1-0 and Ole Miss 0-1 after their non-conference games last week and with Ole Miss at home, I think they’ll even out those records on Saturday night.