The SEC’s Week 9 opening lines were released Sunday afternoon, and just as a heads up, the Week 9 schedule is rather weak.

In fact, only 4 games happen, with Florida vs. Georgia being the biggest in Jacksonville. Georgia, the nation’s No. 1 team, opened up as a 13-point favorite over Florida. That line may grow, too. Both quarterback situations are somewhat unsettled, as JT Daniels and Stetson Bennett may play. For Florida, Emory Jones and Anthony Richardson will also both play.

Missouri also plays at Vanderbilt, and the Tigers are a more than a 2-touchdown favorite. Surprisingly, Kentucky opened up as an underdog to Mississippi State, as the Bulldogs are a 2-point favorite. That will be an interesting line to watch this week.

Ole Miss’ game at Auburn opened up as a pick ’em, meaning no team opened as a favorite.

Here are the SEC Week 9 opening lines according to Circa Sports:

Missouri (-17) at Vanderbilt, O/U 63.5
Kentucky at Mississippi State (-2), O/U 47
Ole Miss at Auburn Pick ‘Em, O/U 68
Georgia (-13) vs Florida O/U, 47