Picks and odds for Week 12 of the SEC college football season: Could Florida’s Billy Napier turn out the next player fired?

Picks and odds for Week 12 of the SEC college football season: Could Florida’s Billy Napier turn out the next player fired?

No. 1 Georgia will go to Knoxville, Tennessee, to play No. 18 Tennessee with front of what is sure to be a loud Neyland Stadium crowd. They will be trying to keep their perfect season going in a tough place.

Against Ole Miss last week, the Bulldogs’ offense tore the defense apart. It was a big game to the two-time defending national champs.

No. 9 Missouri, on the other hand, beat Tennessee easily, which makes it very unlikely that head coach Josh Heupel’s team will go to a second full New Year’s Six bowl game.

When we talk about Missouri, last week back Cody Schrader cut up and ran through the Volunteers’ defense.

Schrader has become one of the best feel-good stories about the year, and if he plays as well as he did against Florida this week, he could quickly move up the NFL draft boards.

What’s going to happen in college football this week? In this week’s SEC Smothered and Covered, let’s take a look at the conference and make picks both straight up and toward the spread.

The people who set the odds always appear to know something, right? We’re not going to guess if they’re just exceptionally skilled at what they do, if they know something about the subject that only they know, or if it’s both. The lines as well as odds are pretty much what they are for a reason.

For that reason, we were very interested when BetOnline showed us the chances to become the next head coach of the Mississippi State football team.

Not only did the name that the top stand out, but so did the fact that Dan Mullen was not there. Fans have been asking if he would be interested in returning to Starkville. The people who set the odds seem to think it’s very impossible.

No. 1 Georgia plays No. 18 Tennessee and wants to keep their perfect record. Florida’s coach Billy Napier feels a lot of heat after losing three games in a row.

In other games, Georgia quarterback Carson Beck still has a chance to make an eventual Heisman run.

SEC teams eat cupcakes, but more and more people are criticizing them. The power rankings put Georgia at the top, and picks for future games are given.

For example, Georgia is favored over Tennessee, and Florida is seen to be the outsider against Missouri.

You know what it’s like to win a long-shot title futures bet? It’s the best feeling in the world. On Monday, people who bet on TCU to win the title before the season hope for one more win in order to make it big.

Before the season, FOX Bet had the Horned Frogs as a +20,000 (bet $10 to win $2,010 total) favorite to win the national title.

The 13-1 Horned Frogs beat No. 2 Michigan 51-45 during the CFP semifinals during the Fiesta Bowl. They are now one win away from one of the most unlikely college football national titles ever.

This year’s Cinderella run at TCU made us think of the other biggest unlikely events in the history of sports betting. FOX Sports Research looked into the numbers to show us what they were.