Mississippi State 27, Ole Miss 21
Tennessee (5-6) vs. Kentucky (6-5)
Kentucky hasn't knocked of UT in longer than most of us have been alive. While Tennessee's road to bowl eligibility has not been the most glamorous, this team has grown quite a bit over the season. A home game in Knoxville along with Kentucky's shaky defense give the edge to the Volunteers.
Tennessee 33, Kentucky 28
Georgia (5-6) vs. Georgia Tech (6-5)
Georgia Tech doesn't really have a defense. Georgia doesn't really have anything beyond Aaron Murray and A.J. Green worth paying attention to. Georgia whipped a better Tech team last year and they should be able to get by this crew this year if they can stop complaining about referees in the Auburn game that is.
Georgia 32, Georgia Tech 14
Vanderbilt (2-9) vs. Wake Forest (2-9)
There's a lot of smart people who go to these schools. If it was a scholastic competition, it'd probably produce more drama and points. At halftime they are going to gather and see who can perform the first 20 minute transplant. Vanderbilt's been so close in these games and having the home field gives them enough of an advantage to send Robbie Caldwell out with a win for the year.
Vanderbilt 27, Wake Forest 24