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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.

Well, we stayed hot in Week 2 going 2-1, but our good ole Tigers were the first team to let us down this year. Right now, we sit at 4-1-1 in our six picks from Weeks 1 and 2, and

Week 3

Here’s the one you care about...

Missouri Tigers vs. Southeast Missouri State Redhawks

No Lines

Where: Faurot Field, Columbia, MO

When: Saturday, September 18th, 11:00a

Channel: SECN+

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

Kentucky Wildcats vs. Chattanooga Mocs

No lines

Where: Kroger Field, Lexington, KY

When: 11:00a

Channel: SECN+

Tennessee Volunteers vs. Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles

No lines

Where: Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, TN

When: 11:00a

Channel: SECN+

Texas A&M -28.5 vs. New Mexico O/U 51

Where: Kyle Field, College Station, TX

When: 11:00a

Channel: SEC Network

Florida Gators vs. Alabama Crimson Tide -15.5 O/U 58

Where: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Gainesville, FL

When: 2:30p

Channel: CBS

Arkansas Razorbacks -23.5 vs. Georgia Southern Eagles O/U 52.5

Where: Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, Fayetteville, AR

When: 3:00p

Channel: SEC Network

Mississippi State Bulldogs -3 at Memphis Tigers O/U 63.5

Where: Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Memphis, TN

When: 3;00p

Channel: ESPN2

Georgia Bulldogs -30.5 vs. South Carolina Gamecocks O/U 48.5

Where: Sanford Stadium, Athens, GA

When: 6:00p

Channel: ESPN

Auburn Tigers at Penn State Nittany Lions -6 O/U 52.5

Where: Beaver Stadium, University Park, PA

When: 6:30p

Channel: ABC

LSU Tigers -20 vs. Central Michigan Chippewas O/U 61.5 (remember these guys?)

Where: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, LA

When: 6:30p

Channel: SEC Network

Vanderbilt Commodores vs. Stanford Cardinal -11 O/U 49

Where: Vanderbilt Stadium, Nashville, TN

When: 7:00p

Channel: ESPNU

Ole Miss Rebels -14.5 vs. Tulane Green Wave O/U 74

Where: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Oxford, MS

When: 7:00p

Channel: ESPN2

This Week’s Picks

Ohio State -26.5 vs Tulsa

Tulsa is terrible, and when I say terrible I mean terrible. They lost to UC Davis at home, and they lost to Oklahoma State, who looks like they might be one of the bottom feeders of the Big 12 this year. Ohio State needs a big bounce back in the shoe this weekend and I bet they win this game by 40.

Stanford -11 vs Vanderbilt

Yea so Vandy is bad, but what else is new. Well actually, now that we mention it, Stanford looked awesome last week. They went into LA and took it to USC to win by 14 after coming in as 17.5 point dogs. The win was so bad USC finally fired Clay Helton (it’s about time). Vanderbilt will probably get blown out here, and Stanford -11 seems to good to pass up.

Texas -26 vs Rice

Texas needs a big bounce back after last week against Arkansas, and Rice is the perfect opponent. Rice is 0-2 and isn’t even a respectable Group of 5 team. Yes, they only lost to Arkansas by 21, but the Razorbacks looked like a shell of themselves in the first half. Texas will be back at DKR, and they’ll need a big victory to ease some concern. Another reason I love the Longhorns here, too, is that they’re finally letting Casey Thompson be the guy. Against Colorado in the Alamo Bowl last year he looked amazing, throwing for 3 TDs and cutting the Buffalos to shreds. I expect him to come out and make a statement to secure that starting spot from freshman Hudson Card.