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Some good games this weekend in the SEC, but also some bad ones.

The bad games are why ESPN is pushing for a nine-conference game schedule when the SEC adds Texas and Oklahoma. That’s why they created ESPN-Plus, which is incredibly difficult to use if you want to watch games on your TV.

Last weekend your server got the message three times that there was a connection and each time I went to a link to watch and each time it sent me a link to subscribe which I had already done.

I’m going the wrong way in my selections. The first weekend I missed one, the second weekend two and the third three, so I was 10-3 last weekend and 33-6 on the season.

Here are this week’s picks.

Arkansas vs. Texas A&M

It may all come down to a passing attack because the Aggies will be sold to stop the Razorbacks’ attack, which is No. 2 in the SEC. The quarterback of which team can pass his team up and down the field? Jimbo Fisher is well aware of what KJ Jefferson can do and what the Razorback defense has struggled with, which is pass defense. The Aggies need this, but the Razorbacks want it. Arkansas 24-17

Arkansas State at Old Dominion

Both teams are 1-2, but the Red Wolves have had a tougher schedule. They made four field goals against Ohio State and, all things considered, it looked like Memphis won last week. Arkansas State 31-17

Vanderbilt in Alabama

Nick Saban is still fuming about the 15 penalties against Texas, but his starters likely won’t see much action in the second half. Alabama 49-10

Missouri at Auburn

Neither team has been impressive so far. The loser may be in the bottom of his division and will definitely have an uphill battle trying to be bowl eligible. Mizzou is not Penn State. Auburn 21-17

florida in tennessee

Vols are favored by 10 1/2 points for a reason. Florida is last in the SEC in passing and Tennessee is No. 4 in the league to stop the run. The Gators are upgraded, but apparently so are the Vols. Tennessee 35-21

Kent State in Georgia

The only victory for the Golden Flashes was against the Long Island Sharks, who have not won and have been outscored 138-31. This one is expected to be so one-sided that there is no betting line. The Bulldogs play against a lot of people and score a lot of points. It’s on SEC Network-Plus, so good luck to the fans staying home. Georgia 63-0

Northern Illinois in Kentucky

This one might be a little better than the one above, but not much. What Mark Stoops has accomplished is a miracle. The Wildcats were a football team that fans went to see so they could talk about the upcoming basketball season. Kentucky 49-10

New Mexico at LSU

Los Lobos are tiger bait through and through. The Tigers need this one to practice more before they have to play good teams. LSU 49-14

Tulsa at Ole Miss

Yes, Lane Kiffin is still the head coach, so this is an almost shocking stat: The Rebels lead the SEC in rushing, averaging 271 yards per game, and are 10th in the league in passing, averaging 225 yards per game. old miss 31-14

Bowling Green in the state of Mississippi

The Bulldogs need this after collapsing in the fourth quarter at LSU last Saturday. Mississippi State 49-17

UNC-Charlotte in South Carolina

The 49ers only win came against Georgia State, 42-41. His losses were to Florida Atlantic, William and Mary and Maryland. The Gamecocks’ only win was 35-14 over Georgia State, but they’ve had a rough ride, losing at No. 10 Arkansas and to No. 1 Georgia. South Carolina 38-7

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