What a week for games that look good on paper!
Alabama is taking on the defending national champions in Baton Rouge. If you’ve been in a coma the last three months, you’d still be excited to see this play out. Unfortunately, for LSU, we have seen them play. Too many times. Bama is gonna put 100 on them.
The 1990’s Raddest Rivalry is also back this weekend, with Florida taking on Tennessee in a game that’s usually played in September, when the Vols still hold some hope that this is the year they get back to glory. No such luck in December.
Not that any of us will be watching, but maybe A&M and Auburn will be interesting. It’s kicking off the same time as Arkansas-Missouri, so it’s definitely on the back-burner. Auburn is a two-face, but Home Auburn is the significantly better-looking version (maybe they leave their wallet at home?).
Anyway, the big game here is Arkansas traveling to Missouri. It’s also predicted to be the closest SEC game of the day. Missouri is a three-point home favorite, so, if this had been on a neutral-field (say, Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City), it likely would’ve been a pick’em. How much did losing Rakeem Boyd hurt against LSU, and how will it affect losing him this week? Are the Hogs healthy/quarantine-free enough to field a full defensive line?
There’s dissension amongst our ranks here at Arkansas Fight. Let us know in the comments who’s right.
SEC Schedule Week 11:
Arkansas at Missouri, 11:00 am, SEC Network
Texas A&M at Auburn, 11:00 am, ESPN
Florida at Tennessee, 2:30 pm, CBS
Vanderbilt at Georgia, 3:00 pm, SEC Network
South Carolina at Kentucky, 6:30 pm, SEC Network
Alabama at LSU, 7:00 pm, CBS
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