Last week's predictions were 5-2, overall they are 51-12. This week, after a bye week, Auburn returns to action when it travels to Fayetteville to battle SEC West opponent Arkansas. The contest can be seen on SEC Network starting at 11 a.m. CT.
Auburn at Arkansas
Auburn leads the all-time series against Arkansas, 16-11-1. Gus Malzahn is 5-1 against the Razorbacks, including last year’s 34-3 win at Jordan-Hare Stadium.
The Tigers are 5-1 overall and 2-1 in conference play. Malzahn's squad is trying to bounce back after losing 24-13 at Florida on Oct. 5.
It'll be a tough second half of the season for the Tigers with this week's trip to Arkansas followed by a trip to LSU, then wrapping up the schedule in November with home games against Ole Miss, Georgia and Alabama.
After six games, Auburn's offense averages 229.8 rushing yards per game, 193.7 passing yards per game, 423.5 total yards per game and 33.8 points per game.
Defensively, the Tigers allow 101.3 rushing yards per game, 231.8 passing yards per game, 333.2 total yards per game, and 18.3 points per game.
Arkansas is 2-4 overall and 0-3 in conference play after losing 24-20 at Kentucky. Quarterback Nick Starkel has completed 88-of-150 attempts for 1,060 yards with seven touchdowns and seven interceptions. Running back Rakeem Boyd has 617 yards on 106 carries with five touchdowns. The Razorbacks average 148.7 rushing yards, 261.8 passing yards and 27.2 points per game.
Defensive back Kamren Curl leads the team with 44 tackles and two interceptions. As a unit, the defense allows 27.3 points per game.
Prediction: Auburn 33-10.
Kentucky at Georgia
Prediction: Georgia 50-6.
LSU at Miss St
Prediction: LSU 38-7.
Florida at South Carolina
Prediction: Florida 24-14.
Missouri at Vanderbilt
Prediction: Missouri 37-12.
Texas A&M at Ole Miss
Prediction: Ole Miss 20-17.
Tennessee at Alabama
Prediction: Alabama 54-9.