The SEC’s lone remaining Thursday night matchup, Auburn at Kansas State, opened in Vegas with the Tigers as nine-point favorites.

Of the eight games involving SEC teams this week, it’s the only matchup featuring a single-digit point spread.

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Three of the four teams involved in the classic SEC tilts from Saturday (‘Cats-Gators, Bulldogs-Gamecocks) either are off or get relatively easy opponents — South Carolina, the first team to play three conference games, opened as a 21.5-point favorite against Vanderbilt — but Florida doesn’t get any such reprieve.

The Gators’ reward for knocking off a pesky Kentucky team in triple overtime? A trip to Tuscaloosa, Ala., against a Tide team sure to be ornery after what amounts to three weeks of preseason. Alabama opened as a 17.5-point favorite, which is two or three points higher than I’d figured entering Florida’s second game last night.

Georgia faces the largest spread, needing 41 points to cover in a home game against hapless Troy.

Here are the rest of the Week 4 lines. Kentucky, Ole Miss and Tennessee are off.

Matchup Kickoff Time* Line#
Auburn at Kansas State (Thursday) 7:30 p.m. Auburn -9
Troy at Georgia Noon Georgia -40
Texas A&M at SMU 3:30 p.m. Texas A&M -28
Florida at Alabama 3:30 p.m. Alabama -17.5
Indiana at Missouri 4 p.m. Missouri -14
Northern Illinois at Arkansas 7 p.m. Arkansas -10
Mississippi State at LSU 7 p.m. LSU -11
South Carolina at Vanderbilt 7:30 p.m. South Carolina -21.5

*Based on Eastern Time Zone
#Based on CG Technology lines as of 5:30 p.m. ET Sunday

Ole Miss and Kentucky are 3-0 against the spread. Auburn is 2-0 against the spread after the Tigers didn’t play last week. LSU is the only other SEC team unbeaten against the Vegas line after landing on the number (minus-31) against Louisiana-Monroe for a 2-0-1 record.

Vanderbilt is 0-3 against the spread despite beating Massachusetts. Alabama is 0-2 one week after its game against Florida Atlantic ended in a no contest — all bets were refunded because lightning forced an early ending. (Vegas counts the game as complete if the teams have played at least 55 minutes of game time.)