If Missouri wants to repeat as SEC East champions, it will have to win an eighth consecutive SEC road game — and as an underdog.

The Tennessee Vols (5-5, 2-4) are three-point favorites against the Tigers (8-2, 5-1) for a night game at Neyland Stadium. With Josh Dobbs at quarterback, coach Butch Jones’ team played Alabama well in the second half and then beat South Carolina and Kentucky in consecutive games.

The line gives a good indication that Vegas sees UT and Mizzou as a pick ’em on a neutral field at this point.

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Meanwhile, Arkansas is trying for a second consecutive SEC win, this time as an underdog, and Mississippi State is a huge favorite one week after suffering its first loss.

Many of the SEC games are off the board, including four matchups with FCS teams. Vegas typically doesn’t post FBS vs. FCS lines until very late in the week. South Alabama at South Carolina is off because the status of Jaguars QB Brandon Bridge (ankle) isn’t known.

Here are the initial Week 13 lines. Kentucky LSU and Texas A&M are off.

Matchup Kickoff Time* Line#
Eastern Kentucky at Florida Noon  Off
Charleston Southern at Georgia Noon  Off
South Alabama at South Carolina Noon  Off
Ole Miss at Arkansas 3:30 p.m.  Ole Miss -3.5
Western Carolina at Alabama 4 p.m.  Off
Samford at Auburn 7 p.m.  Off
Missouri at Tennessee 7:30 p.m.  Tennessee -3
Vanderbilt at Mississippi State 7:30 p.m.  Mississippi State -30

*Based on Eastern Time Zone
#Based on CG Technology lines as of 5:45 p.m. ET Sunday

Arkansas moved to 8-2 ATS on Saturday with a 17-0 win against LSU. The Razorbacks are now a combined +94 ATS this season, the highest mark of any SEC team all year.

If the current line holds, coach Bret Bielema will have to keep his team within a field goal of Ole Miss to improve that figure. A win also would make Arkansas bowl eligible.