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GoVols247 staff picks: Kentucky at No. 18 Tennessee




 

Every week throughout this season, GoVols247’s Patrick Brown, Ryan Callahan, Grant Ramey and Wes Rucker will make their predictions for the biggest games in college football — focusing on the Southeastern Conference and top-25 teams — and, of course, weigh in on how Tennessee will fare.

If you weren’t able to participate in our annual GoVols247 Pick ‘Em competition, which already is under way, feel free to post your own picks — or tell the members of the GoVols247 staff how wrong their predictions are going to be — in the comments below this story.

Before we reveal our picks for Week 4, here’s a quick look at last week’s results and the overall standings coming off Week 3.

WEEK 3 RESULTS

Patrick Brown 4-8

Grant Ramey 3-9

Wes Rucker 3-9

Ryan Callahan 2-10

OVERALL RECORDS

Wes Rucker 20-25

Patrick Brown 20-25

Grant Ramey 18-27

Ryan Callahan 17-28

Without further ado, it’s on with the picks, starting with Tennessee’s home game Saturday against Kentucky.

The No. 18 Vols (2-1) are coming off a 44-21 loss at third-ranked Georgia last week, while the Wildcats (1-2) picked up their first win of the season last week, cruising to a 24-2 victory over Mississippi State.


KENTUCKY (+5.5) AT TENNESSEE

Patrick Brown’s prediction

This is a big game for Tennessee. Might not be a must-win, but it’s definitely a don’t-lose. I think Georgia had a lot to do with how Tennessee looked at various points of last week’s game, but this game against Kentucky should reveal how good the Vols really are.



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