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Wednesday Watch Grid: Game Times and Betting Lines for Week 7

The Saturday slate for consumption and gamblin’

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 09 North Texas at Missouri Photo by Rick Ulreich/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Every Wednesday, Rock M Nation will post game times and channels for the week’s SEC football schedule, including, of course, your Missouri Tigers. We will also include betting lines for the SEC slate as well as some other lines of interest. DISCLAIMER: Rock M Nation is not an online gambling operator, nor a gambling site of any kind. We are simply here to provide information about sports betting for entertainment purposes only. None of the staff will be using this information for gambling purposes and are not liable for any losses incurred due to the analysis contained within.

A 2-1 week last week isn’t too shabby, but we are still chasing that elusive 3-0. We currently sit 10-6-2 ATS this season, which all things considered, is pretty good, but a 3-0 week would be icing on the cake. TCU gave us an easy win last week winning by 21 when the spread was -1.5, Nebraska almost won outright and managed to cover +3.5, and then Alabama just didn’t seem to show up in College Station. Here’s to hoping this is finally a 3-0 week, and we don’t come up just short again.

Week 7

Here’s the one you care about...

Missouri Tigers vs. Texas A&M Aggies -10 O/U 61

Where: Faurot Field, Columbia, MO

When: Saturday, October 16th, 11:00a CST

Channel: SEC Network

...and here’s the rest of the SEC (all times CST)

Auburn Tigers at Arkansas Razorbacks -3.5 O/U 53

Where: Donald W. Reynolds Stadium, Fayetteville, AR

When: 11:00a

Channel: CBS

Florida Gators -10 at LSU Tigers O/U 59

Where: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, LA

When: 11:00a

Channel: ESPN

Kentucky Wildcats at Georgia Bulldogs -23.5 O/U 45

Where: Sanford Stadium, Athens, GA

When: 2:30p

Channel: CBS

Vanderbilt Commodores at South Carolina Gamecocks -18.5 O/U 51

Where: Williams-Brice Stadium, Columbia, SC

When: 3:00p

Channel: SEC Network

Alabama Crimson Tide -17 at Mississippi State Bulldogs O/U 58

Where: Davis Wade Stadium, Starkville, MS

When: 6:00p

Channel: ESPN

Ole Miss Rebels -3 at Tennessee Volunteers O/U 81

Where: Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, TN

When: 6:30p

Channel: SEC Network

This Week’s Picks

Arkansas -3 vs Auburn

NCAA Football: Arkansas at Mississippi Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports

Buying the half point is crucial here. I think that Arkansas should win easily, but you never know what devil magic Bo Nix is going to whip up to convince casual college football fans he isn’t a bad QB again. Arkansas at home against Auburn should be a comfortable win in my mind for the Hogs, but buying the half point gives you a lot of extra security and at the end of the day, -110 to -120 isn’t going to kill anybody. Give me the Hogs trying to stop the losing streak against a perenially overrated Auburn team.

Kansas State +6.5 vs Iowa State

NCAA Football: Oklahoma at Kansas State Scott Sewell-USA TODAY Sports

Iowa State is a shell of the team they were supposed to be coming into this season, and Manhattan is never a place you want to play as a road team. I really believe in Deuce Vaughn and Skylar Thompson, and the Wildcats are coming off a bye week, so they’ll have had plenty of time to prepare for Purdy and Hall. I don’t know if Kansas State will win outright, but I could definitely see it happening. With almost a TD spread on this game, I think the Wildcats are the clear play as home underdogs.

Oregon -13.5 vs California

NCAA Football: Oregon at Stanford Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports

Do I think Oregon is all that? No. But do I think Cal is one of the worst teams in FBS? Yes! The Pac-12 will forever and always beat each other up until USC rises from the ashes again, but in this game, I’m not worried about that. Oregon has proven they’re more than capable of being a good team when they play their game, and Cal is 1-4 with no FBS wins. The game is in Eugene, and the Ducks are coming off a loss and a bye week. They should be motivated to make a statement after having their playoff hopes destroyed by Stanford, and with plenty of time to prepare for a mediocre team, I think the Ducks win by 3 TDs or more.