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Ranking the SEC vs. The Spread

Ranking the SEC based on how easily they beat the assumptions of the degenerates in Vegas

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 16 Kentucky at Georgia Photo by Jeffrey Vest/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Do you like sports betting? Do you enjoy placing money on SEC games? Well here’s some stats for you!

Here’s how our friends at DraftKings have the SEC teams performing ranked in regard to their record against the spread. Surprises are both at the top and bottom! Here we go:

Kentucky Wildcats

Record Against the Spread: 6-1-0

Cover Percentage: 85.7%

ATS +/-: +2.4

Georgia Bulldogs

Record Against the Spread: 5-2-0

Cover Percentage: 71.4%

ATS +/-: +11.9

Ole Miss Rebels

Record Against the Spread: 4-2-1

Cover Percentage: 66.7%

ATS +/-: +5.0

Arkansas Razorbacks

Record Against the Spread: 5-3-0

Cover Percentage: 62.5%

ATS +/-: +1.1

Texas A&M Aggies

Record Against the Spread: 5-3-0

Cover Percentage: 62.5%

ATS +/-: +0.9

Alabama Crimson Tide

Record Against the Spread: 5-3-0

Cover Percentage: 62.5%

ATS +/-: -0.8

Auburn Tigers

Record Against the Spread: 4-3-0

Cover Percentage: 57.1%

ATS +/-: +3.1

Florida Gators

Record Against the Spread: 3-4-0

Cover Percentage: 42.9%

ATS +/-: -3.4

Mississippi State Bulldogs

Record Against the Spread: 3-4-0

Cover Percentage: 42.9%

ATS +/-: -0.6

South Carolina Gamecocks

Record Against the Spread: 3-4-1

Cover Percentage: 42.9%

ATS +/-: -2.9

LSU Tigers

Record Against the Spread: 3-5-0

Cover Percentage: 37.5%

ATS +/-: -3.3

Tennessee Volunteers

Record Against the Spread: 3-5-0

Cover Percentage: 37.5%

ATS +/-: +6.5

Vanderbilt Commodores

Record Against the Spread: 2-6-0

Cover Percentage: 25.0%

ATS +/-: -9.8

Missouri Tigers

Record Against the Spread: 0-7-0

Cover Percentage: 0.0%

ATS +/-: -10.1

Yes, YOUR Missouri Tigers are one of two FBS teams who haven’t covered the spread in the 2021 season. The other is Clemson.

Here are the opening lines for Week 9, via Draft Kings

Missouri (-17) vs. Vanderbilt

Georgia (-14.5) vs. Florida

Kentucky (-1) vs. Mississippi State

Auburn (-1) vs. Ole Miss