The first SEC point spreads for Week 8 have just been released courtesy of Las Vegas-based sportsbook Circa Sports.

Alabama rides into the Tennessee game having won 12 in a row in the annual series, which represents the longest streak in a series that dates back to 1903. Tennessee’s last win over Alabama came back in 2006.

LSU has a 3-2 advantage over Mississippi State in the five previous matchups with the Bulldogs winning the previous contest in Starkville by 30 points. The 37-7 game represents the largest margin of victory for MSU in the series against LSU.

Florida and South Carolina have split the previous six matches evenly, with the Gamecocks beating the Gators 28-20 in Columbia back in 2017. Four of the last six meetings in this series have been decided by single digits.

“The Gus Malzahn Bowl” has been won by Auburn three years in a row and five of the previous six years. On the bright side for Arkansas, three of the program’s previous four wins in this series have come in Fayetteville.

Georgia has defeated Kentucky in nine consecutive seasons and is only one win away from matching the longest streak in the series, which came between 1978 and 1987.

Here are the Week 8 opening lines just posted by Circa Sports:

Kentucky at Georgia (-27)
LSU (-18) at Mississippi State
Florida (-6.5) at South Carolina
Auburn (-16.5) at Arkansas
Missouri (-21.5) at Vanderbilt
Texas A&M (-6) at Ole Miss
Tennessee at Alabama (-35.5)