Arkansas has got the players to make them and Auburn's defense has been known to give them up to opponents. Yes, Arkansas' defense is not something to behold but neither is Auburn's offense.
I expect it will be a close, rather ugly game, but Arkansas' playmakers will be enough for the slightest of differences for both of these floundering SEC West teams.
Arkansas 21, Auburn 17
Texas A&M (3-1) @ Ole Miss (3-2)
Give credit where it is due. Hugh Freeze has done a lot with an Ole Miss team that seemed to lack talent last year. Kevin Sumlin has done quite well in his first year at Texas A&M as well and that team is clicking on all cylinders. This should be a fun game to watch if you like offense. The difference in the game is going to be the Aggies' defense, which should find a way to stop Ole Miss more than the Rebels' defense will be able to stop Texas A&M. The Aggies will win the shootout and notch another SEC West win.
Texas A&M 34, Ole Miss 24
Mississippi State (4-0) @ Kentucky (1-4)
Mississippi State needs to get off the bus and act interested if they want to win this one because Kentucky will show up to play. Unfortunately for Kentucky, they just don't have the personnel for any advantages here. Expect the visiting Bulldogs to carve big running holes through the porous Wildcats defense.
Mississippi State 30, Kentucky 17
Vanderbilt (1-3) @ Missouri (3-2)
Missouri seems to have stopped the leaking in the ship and have reeled off a couple of big wins out of the conference. Vanderbilt has regressed each week since the opener, especially on offense. In this game, that's bound to hurt because Missouri can move the ball effectively. If Missouri controls turnovers and keeps balance on the attack, the Tigers will notch a home win in the conference.
Missouri 23, Vanderbilt 16