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Ole Miss vs. Kentucky Predictions, Odds: 2022 Week 5 College Football Picks, Betting From Proven Computer Models

Two of the SEC’s best clashes on Saturday between No. 7 Kentucky Wildcats and No. 14 Ole Miss Rebels. The Wildcats (4-0), who won their first road game in Florida in Week 2, are looking for his second straight win away from home. Kentucky beat Northern Illinois last week, where he went 31-23. The Rebels (4-0) won two of his four games big, and last week he won a hard-fought 35-27 win against Tulsa.

Kickoff from Vought-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Mississippi, is set for noon ET. Ole Miss leads an all-time series 27-14-1, including her 7-2 dominance in the game at Oxford. The Rebel is the 7-point favorite in his latest Kentucky vs. Ole Miss odds on the Caesars Sportsbook, with the total scoring over/under set at his 54.5. Before you pick Ole Miss vs. Kentucky, check out college football predictions and betting advice from SportsLine Projection Model.

The SportsLine projection model simulates all FBS college football games 10,000 times. Over the past six years, the proprietary computer model has given the $100 player his staggering profit of over $3,100 on his top-rated college football picks against the spread. Anyone who has followed it has seen huge profits.

Models are now setting their sights on Ole Miss vs. Kentucky, locking in that pick and CFB predictions. Here are the Kentucky vs. Ole Miss College Football odds and betting lines:

  • Kentucky vs. Ole Miss Spread: Ole Miss -7
  • Kentucky vs. Ole Miss Over-Under: 54.5 points
  • Kentucky vs. Ole Miss Moneyline: Kentucky +215, Ole Miss -267
  • Great Britain: The Wildcats are 5-1-1 over the spread over their last seven games.
  • Miss: The Rebels are the team with an 11-5-1 ATS vs. winning record
  • Kentucky vs. Ole Miss Picks: Check out SportsLine’s picks

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Why Ole Miss Has You Covered

The Rebels outscored their opponents 164-40 this season thanks to the play of USC sophomore quarterback Jackson Dart. Darts he completed 51 of 82 passes (62.2%) for 697 yards and he had five touchdowns. He threw an interception his two times, but his rating is 148.8. Darts also rushed 29 times for 201 yards (6.9 yards average), including 36 yards long.

Freshman running back Quincy Judkins leads the team in rushing. He has scored 429 yards (6.1 average) and his five touchdowns on his 70 carries, and for 23 yards he has two receptions. He rushed for 100+ yards twice this season, including last week’s 140-yard and two-touchdown performance against Tulsa. He only carried 10 times against Central Arkansas, but rushed for 104 yards in Week 2.

Why Kentucky Has You Covered

Nonetheless, Rebels is no rock covering the Kentucky vs. Ole Miss spread. That’s because senior quarterback Will He Levi, who posted a 174.0 rating this season, leads the Wildcats. Levis completed his 79 of his 117 passes for 1,185 yards and he had 10 touchdowns. He was picked four times. Levi is his third in the SEC in passing efficiency and passing touchdowns.

Leading Kentucky’s rushing offense so far is fifth-grade senior running back Kabozy Smoke. Smoke carried him 51 times for 263 yards (5.2 average) and one touchdown. He also has three receptions for 30 yards. He has appeared in his 38 games with the Wildcats, running for 1,569 yards. Last week, Smoke recorded 12 carries for 85 yards (7.1 average) against Northern Illinois. The Wildcats will also include running his back Chris Rodriguez Jr. (suspended) in the lineup. The senior rushed for 1,379 yards and scored nine touchdowns last season.

How to make a Kentucky vs. Ole Miss pick

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