Auburn and Alabama meet Saturday , in Jordan-Hare Stadium in the Iron Bowl, the annual rivalry game between the schools. The two teams enter the game tied for second in the SEC West, with the winner earning a winning SEC record for the season as well as a second-place finish in the division. The Tigers will be attempting to win for the sixth straight time against Alabama, which would be the longest winning streak against the Crimson Tide in school history. The game will be nationally televised by ESPN with an 8:00 p.m. kickoff.
Oddsmakers at online sports betting giant Bodog (Bodoglife.com) currently have the Tigers listed as 5-point favorites versus the Crimson Tide, while the game's total is sitting at 45.
John Parker Wilson was picked off twice on Saturday as the Tide fell 21-14 to the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks. The Tide had been listed as big 24-point favorites in that contest, while the combined score fell well UNDER the night's posted total (56.5).
The Tigers were defeated 45-20 by the Georgia Bulldogs last time out, as 1.5-point underdogs. The combined score sailed OVER the posted total of 44. Ben Tate led the Tigers with 57 yards rushing off 13 carries and one touchdown in the loss.
Reno Goldberg pounded the bookies on Friday with his two premium picks, Arkansas +13 ½ at LSU and Mississippi State -215 ml. Reno has the books and bookies running for cover having won 8 of his last 10 picks.
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