Week 14 SEC opening lines released
The first point spreads for Week 14 have just been released via Las Vegas-based Circa Sports.
Here’s a breakdown of the action we have lined up in the SEC from Thursday, Nov. 28 through Saturday, Nov. 30:
The last two Iron Bowls have been split, with Alabama winning last year’s game 52-21 and Auburn winning 26-14 on The Plains in 2017. Alabama currently holds the all-time edge in this series at 46-36-1.
LSU vs. Texas A&M has emerged as one of the best new rivalries in the SEC and these were taken to another level last season after the Aggies defeated the Tigers 74-72 in a seven-overtime thriller. Last season’s victory was the Aggies’ first win over the Tigers as SEC foes. LSU holds the all-time edge in the series at 33-21-3.
The last two Egg Bowls have been split, with Mississippi State winning last year’s game 35-3 and Ole Miss beating Dan Mullen in his final game as MSU coach 31-28 back in 2017. Ole Miss holds the all-time edge in the series with a record of 62-45-6 against Mississippi State.
Missouri leads the Border Line “Rivalry” with a 7-3 record against Arkansas. The Tigers have won four of the five matchups these two have had as SEC opponents, including last season’s 38-0 result.
Kentucky destroyed Louisville last season 56-10 to give the Wildcats the all-time edge in the series at 16-15.
Clemson has beaten South Carolina five years in a row following the Gamecocks’ five-year run against the Tigers. Clemson leads the all-time series 70-42-4.
Georgia has defeated Georgia Tech two years in a row and three times in four seasons. The Bulldogs hold the all-time edge in the series with a 67-41-5 record.
Florida snapped a five-game losing streak to Florida State last season by destroying the Seminoles 41-14 in Tallahassee last season. The Gators have a commanding lead in this series with a 35-26-2 all-time record over the Seminoles.
Tennessee has dropped three in a row to Vanderbilt for the first time since the 1920s. Despite that fact, the Volunteers hold a commanding edge in the series with a 75-33-5 record against their in-state rival.
Here are the lines Circa Sports posted on Sunday:
Thursday, Nov. 28
Ole Miss (-1) at Mississippi State
Friday, Nov. 29
Missouri (-13.5) at Arkansas (in Little Rock)
Saturday, Nov. 30