Week 2 of the SEC football season brought a little more parity than Week 1, as will probably be the case each week we progress through the calendar. The most shocking result may have been Alabama's near loss against Texas, which none of the five of us saw coming at all. Tennessee and Kentucky each notched massive road wins against ranked teams, and other outcomes have resulted in the SEC getting eight teams into the top 25, including four of the top ten.
The BSSR SEC Bets leaderboard experienced a bit of a shuffle, as Ryne now outrightly leads the overall count and the point total bets. Meanwhile, Micah made quite a jump to hold a tie in the lead with myself on the money line, as well as the outright lead against the spread. Still, everyone remains in contention as we roll into Week 3 and approach the intra-conference portion of the schedule.
#1 Georgia at South Carolina (UGA -24.0, O/U 53.0)
#20 Ole Miss at Georgia Tech (MISS -16.5, O/U 65.5)
#22 Penn State at Auburn (PSU -3.0, O/U 47.5)
Vanderbilt at Northern Illinois (NIU -3.0, O/U 58.5)
UL Monroe at #2 Alabama (ALA -49.0, O/U 60.5)
Mississippi State at LSU (MSU -2.5, O/U 53.0)
Akron at #15 Tennessee (TENN -47.5, O/U 67.0)
South Florida at #18 Florida (FLA -24.5, O/U 59.0)
#13 Miami at #24 Texas A&M (TAMU -5.0, O/U 45.0)
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Written by Nick Swatson