Official SEC standings and other predictions thread

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East
Georgia
Florida
Missouri
Tennessee
South Carolina
Kentucky
Vanderbilt

West
Alabama
LSU
Texas A&M
Auburn
Mississippi
Mississippi State
Arkansas

SEC Player of the Year: Tua
SEC Coach of the Year: Ed Orgeron
SEC champion: Alabama

Mark Stoops leaves Kentucky for another job. Gus Maleah’s is fired.
 
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Pretty accurate. Don't see Miss. St finishing behind Ole Miss though.
If you're including records I would go

East
UGA 11-1
UF 9-3
Mizzou 8-4
Tenn 7-5
USCe 7-5
UK 5-7
Van 5-7

West
Bama 12-0
LSU 10-2
A&M 8-4
Auburn 8-4
Miss St. 7-5
Ole Miss 5-7
Arky 4-8
 
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East:

Georgia 11-1
Missouri 9-3
Florida 8-4
Tennessee 7-5
South Carolina 6-6
Kentucky 6-6
Vanderbilt 4-8

West:

Alabama 12-0
LSU 10-2
Auburn 9-3
Texas A&M 8-4
Miss State 7-5
Ole Miss 4-8
Arkansas 4-8

Quick notes:

*Missouri has an extremely easy schedule, by SEC standards.

*Matt Luke is fired, but we all know that’s coming.

*Texas A&M will challenge Alabama for the top spot in 2020. They should be stacked.
 
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FIXED

East
Georgia: 11-1 (7-1) (loss to Texas A&M)
Missouri: 10-2 (7-1) (losses to West Virginia and Georgia)
Florida: 9-3 (5-3) (losses to LSU, Georgia, and Missouri)
Tennessee: 8-4 (4-4) (losses to Florida, Georgia, Alabama, and Missouri) (though I hope I'm wrong on all of these and they are 12-0 (8-0)!!!!)
South Carolina: 5-7 (2-6) (losses to Alabama, Missouri, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Texas A&M, and Clemson)
Vanderbilt: 4-8 (1-7) losses to Purdue and to every SEC opponent but Kentucky)
Kentucky: 5-7 (1-7) (lose all SEC games but Arkansas)


West
Texas A&M: 10-2 (7-1) (losses to Clemson and LSU)
Alabama: 11-1 (7-1) (loss to Texas A&M)
LSU: 9-3 (6-2) (losses to Texas, Auburn, and Alabama)
Auburn: 8-4 (4-4) (losses to Florida, Texas A&M, Georgia, and Alabama)
Mississippi State: 7-5 (3-5) (losses to Auburn, Tennessee, LSU, Texas A&M, and Alabama)
Ole Miss: 5-7 (2-6) (losses to Memphis, Missouri, and the entire SEC West except for Arkansas)
Arkansas: 4-8 (0-8)

SEC Player of the Year: Jake Fromm
SEC Coach of the Year: Jimbo Fisher
SEC Champion: Georgia over Texas A&M in rematch to make up for regular season loss. Loses in first round of CFP to 1-loss Alabama.
 
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#7

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East:
Georgia 11-1 (Auburn)
Missouri 9-3
Florida 9-3
Kentucky 7-5
Tennessee 7-5
South Carolina 5-7
Vandy 5-7

West:
LSU 11-1 (Florida)
Bama 10-2 (LSU, Auburn)
Auburn 9-3
TAMU 8-4
Miss St 6-6
Arkansas 6-6
Ole Miss 3-9


SEC Player of the Year: Kelly Bryant
SEC Coach of the Year: Ed Orgeron
SEC Champ: LSU over Georgia and into their first playoff.
 
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East
Georgia: 11-1 (7-1) (loss to Texas A&M)
Missouri: 10-2 (7-1) (losses to West Virginia and Georgia)
Florida: 9-3 (5-3) (losses to LSU, Georgia, and Missouri)
Tennessee: 8-4 (4-4) (losses to Florida, Georgia, Alabama, and Missouri) (though I hope I'm wrong on all of these and they are 12-0 (8-0)!!!!)
South Carolina: 5-7 (2-6) (losses to Alabama, Missouri, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, Texas A&M, and Clemson)
Vanderbilt: 4-8 (1-7) losses to Purdue and to every SEC opponent but Kentucky)
Kentucky: 5-7 (1-7) (lose all SEC games but Arkansas)


West
Texas A&M: 10-2 (7-1) (losses to Clemson and LSU)
Alabama: 11-1 (7-1) (loss to Texas A&M)
LSU: 9-3 (6-2) (losses to Texas, Auburn, and Alabama)
Auburn: 8-4 (5-3) (losses to Oregon, Texas A&M, Georgia, and Alabama)
Mississippi State: 7-5 (3-5) (losses to Auburn, Tennessee, LSU, Texas A&M, and Alabama)
Ole Miss: 5-7 (2-6) (losses to Memphis, Missouri, and the entire SEC West except for Arkansas)
Arkansas: 4-8 (0-8)

SEC Player of the Year: Jake Fromm
SEC Coach of the Year: Jimbo Fisher
SEC Champion: Georgia over Texas A&M in rematch to make up for regular season loss. Loses in first round of CFP to 1-loss Alabama.
Auburn plays UF so you need to add a loss to one of their records.
 
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GA, Mizzou, FL
Bama, LSU, aTm

Bama wins the SEC

POY someone at Bama, don't really care who, pick one, doesn't matter.
COY barry odom
 
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I'll play!
Here is mine:

East
Georgia
Florida
Missouri
South Carolina
Tennessee
Vanderbilt
Kentucky

West
Alabama
Texas A&M
LSU
Mississippi State
Auburn
Mississippi
Arkansas

SEC Player of the Year: Fromme
SEC Coach of the Year: Smart
SEC champion: UGA over Bama
 
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Georgia
Missouri
Florida
South Carolina
Tennessee
Kentucky
Vanderbilt

Curious why folks have UT over SC?
Last year was a competitive game going into the 4th. We only lost by 3 points. It could have been a win if a couple of things go our way. Pruitt was in his 1st year and Muschamp was in his 3rd last year and the teams looked evenly matched. I know the game is on the road but WM is most likely on the hot seat this year. Even a 7 win season in 2019 looks like a tall order.
 
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East
Georgia
Florida
Missouri
Tennessee
South Carolina
Kentucky
Vanderbilt

West
Alabama
LSU
Texas A&M
Auburn
Mississippi State
Ole Miss
Arkansas

SEC Player of the Year: Tua
SEC Coach of the Year: Kirby Smart
SEC champion: Georgia
 
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East Division thinking with my heart

Georgia 11-1
Florida 10-2
Tennessee 9-3
Missouri 8-4
South Carolina 7-5
Kentucky 6-6
Vanderbilt 5-7

East Division thinking with my brain

Georgia 11-1
Florida 10-2
Missouri 8-4
Tennessee 7-5
South Carolina 7-5
Kentucky 6-6
Vanderbilt 5-7



Western Division

Alabama 12-0
LSU 10-2
Texas A&M 9-3
Auburn 8-4
Mississippi State 7-5
Mississippi 5-7
Arkansas 5-7

Bama wins SEC and the National Championship.
 
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EAST:

Georgia 11-1
Missouri 9-3
Florida 8-4
South Carolina 7-5
Tennessee 6-6
Kentucky 6-6
Vanderbilt 4-8

WEST:

Alabama 11-1
Texas A&M 10-2
LSU 9-3
Auburn 8-4
Mississippi State 7-5
Ole Miss 6-6
Arkansas 5-7
 
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Georgia
Missouri
Florida
South Carolina
Tennessee
Kentucky
Vanderbilt

Curious why folks have UT over SC?
My thoughts.

There wasnt much difference between the 2 last year in Columbia.

They come to Knoxville this year.

I dont think anyone believes UT isnt in a better place from all aspects of a program in year 2. Maybe SC is too. IDK but they seem to have stalled out.

SC picks up Bama on the schedule. With both Bama and UF games joining UGA before they play . Both schedules before hand are more similar this year that it was last year.

It's possible they are 2- 5 heading into that game. With a trip to A&M and the annual season ender against Clemson still on the schedule.
 
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East
Georgia
Florida
Missouri
Tennessee
South Carolina
Kentucky
Vanderbilt

West
Alabama
LSU
Texas A&M
Auburn
Mississippi
Mississippi State
Arkansas

SEC Player of the Year: Tua
SEC Coach of the Year: Ed Orgeron
SEC champion: Alabama

Mark Stoops leaves Kentucky for another job. Gus Maleah’s is fired.
Florida (super stacked with 14 returning starters and same coaches )
Georgia (new coaches, but I think they are just too good)
Missouri (returning a lot, Bryant will be good, same coaches)
South Carolina (same coaches, Bentley and receivers return along with plenty of others)
Tennessee (we are down to 14 returning starters from 16 but we have an OC that usually takes two seasons to get going. I hope we at least improve 1 game, play all closed and then Solomon plays with Gooden next year with Buchanan back, JG, Chandler & Jordan, our receivers emerge and we destroy people next year)
Kentucky ( lost snell and OL)
Vanderbilt

LSU (Same coaching staff returning a lot of starters)
Alabama (New DC via promotion from D that got whooped. Returning 13 starters though.)
Texas A&M (same qb, good options at RB, mixed group of returning prospects)
Auburn (new QB, return all of poor OL & and stacked at DL)
Mississippi St
Arkansas
Ole Miss
 
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My thoughts.

There wasnt much difference between the 2 last year in Columbia.

They come to Knoxville this year.

I dont think anyone believes UT isnt in a better place from all aspects of a program in year 2. Maybe SC is too. IDK but they seem to have stalled out.

SC picks up Bama on the schedule. With both Bama and UF games joining UGA before they play . Both schedules before hand are more similar this year that it was last year.

It's possible they are 2- 5 heading into that game. With a trip to A&M and the annual season ender against Clemson still on the schedule.
yeah.....USCe's schedule is brutal. they won't lose all of those huge games. but they won't win them all either. i expect the schedule takes a toll.
 

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