No. 5: Will Kentucky end their 25 game losing streak to UF?
Most likely no. Florida is a much more disciplined team compared to last year, when the Gators still managed to beat down the 'Cats, 48-10, in Lexington. Florida has shown the ability to improve as the game goes on, while the coaching staff has shown that they can make the necessary halftime adjustments that out-coach the opposition.
Kentucky does possess the best passing offense, statistically in the SEC. Featuring sophomore quarterback Maxwell Smith, who is closing in on 1,000 yards passing on the season.
However, Kentucky struggles at everything else, especially when it comes to defending the run. The 'Cats have given up over 100 yards rushing in every game thus far this year. Expect the Florida running game, led by senior halfback Mike Gillislee, to have a big day against the Wildcats.
No. 4: Will Missouri QB James Franklin play against USC?
No. 3: Will Tyler Wilson return Arkansas to their winning ways?
Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson has officially been cleared to play this weekend against Rutgers. Since Wilson left the game against UL-Monroe with a head injury, the Razorbacks have been outscored 79-10 and have lost two straight games.
The team has fallen apart, and head coach John L. Smith isn't winning anyone over. Wilson was openly upset following last week's embarrassing 52-0 loss to Alabama, and if one man is talented enough to get the Hogs back in the win column, it's Wilson.
No. 2: Who is the worst team in the SEC West?
Arkansas has had a rough last couple of weeks, losing to Louisiana-Monroe and then getting shutout, 52-0, at home by Alabama in an embarrassing performance.
While Auburn did play No. 13 Clemson close in Week 1, the Tigers were handedly beat by Mississippi State in Week 2 and needed a field goal in overtime to beat Louisiana-Monroe in Week 3.
Arkansas should win this week against Rutgers, while Auburn will most likely lose to No. 2 LSU. Basically, if Auburn can show some kind of offense against LSU then they will avoid being the doormat of the SEC.
Oh yea, and then there's Ole Miss, who is 2-1, but lets be honest, they are still Ole Miss.
No. 1: Can Vanderbilt upset No. 5 Georgia?
James Franklin's second season as Vanderbilt's head coach hasn't gone exactly to plan, with the only win of the season coming against Presbyterian. However, Vanderbilt went toe-to-toe in Week 1 against South Carolina, a top-to team in the nation. Albeit, against a South Carolina team without starting quarterback Connor Shaw for the majority of the game.
Georgia has not had any injury problems and enter with one of the best quarterbacks in the country, junior Aaron Murray, who has thrown eight touchdowns to just two interceptions. Vanderbilt has to keep this game low scoring to have a chance. UGA linebacker Jarvis Jones, who is No. 2 in the SEC in sacks, will make it difficult for the Vandy offense to stay on the field and slow the game down.
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