SEC showdowns in NCAAF Week 10

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Week 10 of the NCAA College Football season features a number of key matchups that will play a role in the BCS standings and, ultimately, BCS Bowl Games, and two of the biggest tilts are in the SEC. The marquee showdown has the No. 6 Alabama Crimson Tide and the No. 10 LSU Tigers meeting in the latest installment of what is a 105-year-old rivalry.

NCAAF Week 10 Lines at have the Crimson Tide as a 6.5-point, -250 moneyline favorite, with the over/under total at 44.

Alabama has won the past two meetings, but LSU is 7-3 straight up over the past 10 head-to-head. The Tigers have had a lot of trouble covering the spread at 3-5-2 ATS. For what it’s worth, the Crimson Tide are 45–23–5 SU in the all-time series. When they met on Nov. 7 last season, the Crimson Tide won 24-15 at home, covering as a 7-point favorite. The score went over the total of 38. Both teams are coming off byes.

The Tide manhandled the Tennessee Volunteers 41-10 on the road Oct. 23, cashing as a 17–point favorite, and the Tigers lost to the No. 2 Auburn Tigers 24-17 on the road, also Oct. 23. LSU could not cover as 5–point underdogs.

The other big SEC matchup has the No. 18 Arkansas Razorbacks visiting the No. 19 South Carolina Gamecocks on Saturday (7 pm ET, ESPN).

NCAAF Lines at have South Carolina as a 4.5-point, -200 moneyline favorite with the total at 59. The Razorbacks are 6-4 straight up and 7-3 against the point spread in the past 10 head-to-head, and won the last meeting 33-16 on Nov. 7 last season, cashing as a 7.5-point home favorite.


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