Saturday Selections: Week 10 SEC Football Picks Against the Spread

4 of 7

Oct 25, 2014; Columbia, MO, USA; Missouri Tigers wide receiver Bud Sasser (21) catches a pass for a touchdown as Vanderbilt Commodores defensive back Torren McGaster (5) attempts to defend during the second half at Faurot Field. Missouri won 24-14. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Kentucky at Missouri (-8), 3PM CT, SEC Network

After a 5-1 start, the Kentucky Wildcats felt very good about their chances of making a bowl game, and even competing for the SEC East title.

Live Feed

Auburn vs. Texas A&M Prediction, Odds, Trends and Key Players for College Football Week 4
Auburn vs. Texas A&M Prediction, Odds, Trends and Key Players for College Football Week 4 /


  • 2023 Week 4 AP Poll Top 25: Every SEC team’s highest, lowest spot on ballot South Bound & Down
  • SEC Football: Florida, LSU rise in Week 4 2023 power rankings South Bound & Down
  • SEC Tailgating: Where should you go in each town? South Bound & Down
  • SEC football standings based on yards per play through Week 2 FanSided
  • Auburn Basketball: Projected starting lineup and depth chart for 2023-24 season Busting Brackets
  • However, after a 41-3 blowout loss in Baton Rouge and a disappointing ending last week against No. 1 Mississippi State, the Wildcats are in danger. A trip to Columbia, Missouri won’t make things any easier, and UK might actually be an underdog in all four remaining games – making a bowl trip questionable.

    Meanwhile, Missouri is still alive in the East race because their only conference loss is to Georgia. The Bulldogs still have some tough SEC games on their schedule, and a UGA loss would give Mizzou sole possession of first place in the division. Therefore, expect to see the Tigers’ best effort on Saturday against Kentucky.

    Unfortunately for Missouri fans, the Tigers’ best effort hasn’t been very good of late. They sleepwalked through a 24-14 win over Vanderbilt last week, and the offense has been bad for a month. They’ll probably find a way to win, but it’ll be close – and ugly.

    Missouri 24, Kentucky 21

    Next: Old Dominion at Vanderbilt