Week 12 SEC opening lines released
The first point spreads for Week 12 have just been released via Las Vegas-based Circa Sports.
Here’s a breakdown of the action we have lined up in the SEC for Saturday, Nov. 16:
Georgia has a two-game winning streak against Auburn entering Saturday’s matchup, although the Tigers did win the last time the matchup was played on The Plains. Kirby Smart is 3-1 against Gus Malzahn so far in their head coaching matchups. Georgia holds the all-time edge in this series at 59-56-8.
LSU has beaten Ole Miss three years in a row after the Rebels had beaten the Tigers two out of three seasons. The Tigers beat the Rebels 45-16 in Baton Rouge last season. LSU holds the all-time edge in the series at 62-40-4.
Alabama has beaten Mississippi State 11 years in a row with the Bulldogs’ previous win in the series coming back in 2007. The Tide beat the Bulldogs 24-0 last season in Tuscaloosa. Alabama holds the all-time edge in the series with an 81-18-3 record.
Missouri owns the all-time edge against Florida with a 5-3 all-time record and has won the previous two matchups in the now annual series. Florida’s only win in Columbia came back in 2015.
Texas A&M has never lost to South Carolina after winning all five matchups in the now annual series. Last season, the Aggies won in Columbia by three.
Kentucky has beaten Vanderbilt three years in a row and in four of the previous five seasons. The Wildcats’ recent success has allowed the program to jump ahead of the Commodores in the all-time history of the series with a 45-42-4 overall record.
Here are the lines Circa Sports posted on Sunday: