I actually expect 9-3 or 10-2. I’ll guess 10-2 with losses to LSU and UGA. That Missouri game could be interesting but they have UGA right before UF. Auburn has beaten UF 4 of the last 5 but UF normally wins at home against the Tigers so I’ll give the nod to UF, especially with Auburn having A&M and Miss St the 2 weeks before.
Just thought it would bring some reality to recruiting discussions that appear in so many posts. Wins are most impacted by the quality of players and coaches. When you’re at the top in both of these you play for championships. When you lack in only one of them, you typically have 8-10 win seasons. When you have neither, you don’t even make bowl games.