Sec football picks week 6 straight up
Theyve heard about Heisman winner Mark Ingram and the powerful running game.Theyve heard about the defense with a handful of future NFL players.Yes, for one month, theyve got to hear all the reasons they should lose.And its amazing how motivational that can be for a team that didnt lose a single game all season long.
But despite that motivational push, its tough for me to go against Alabama here.Bowl games are special, and you never know, but the Tide look too tough in areas I think are most important.They are as tough as nails up front of offense and all over the field defensively.They allowed just 11 points per game, allowed 7 or less in 6 contests, and held normally powerful offenses like Arkansas, Florida, and Ole Miss to fewer than two touchdowns.The Crimson Tide are certainly battle tested.They easily ran throw what many people thought was the very best team in the Nation when they blistered Florida 32-13 in the SEC Championship game.
Texas struggled down the stretch, barely beating Texas A M in a game where the Longhorns allowed 39 points (nearly twice as much as the Crimson Tide ever allowed in a single game this season) and needed.Anything can happen in Bowl games, but if both these teams play to their potential, I think the Tide win easily.So Ill take Alabama to cover the spread.
Texas Longhorns VS, alabama Crimson Tide (-3.5).Must-See Week 4 Games, september 25, 2020 by Rich Cirminiello, MaxwellFootballClub.The Maxwell Football Club honors the nation's top offensive player with the Maxwell Award, and the best defensive player with the Chuck Bednarik Award.Here's a look at some the games, and candidates, on the "must-see list" this week.Kentucky (0-0) at Auburn (0-0) - Saturday, 12:00.m.