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  • #1 by redleg on 15 Aug 2017
  • West -
    1. Alabama 12-0, 8-0
    2. LSU 10-2; 6-2
    3. Auburn 8-4; 5-3
    4. Arkansas 9-3; 5-3
    5. Texas A&M 6-6; 3-5
    6. Miss. St. 5-7; 2-6
    7. Ole Miss 4-8; 1-7

    East -
    1. Georgia 11-1; 8-0
    2. Florida 8-4; 6-2
    3. Tennessee 8-4; 4-4
    4. Kentucky 7-5; 4-4
    5. Missouri 6-6; 2-6
    6. South Carolina 5-7; 2-6
    7. Vanderbilt 3-9; 0-8

    SEC Championship Game -
    #1 Alabama defeats #4 Georgia

    Alabama - Sugar Bowl, CFP semi-finals
    Georgia - Orange Bowl
    LSU - Cotton Bowl
    Arkansas - Citrus Bowl
    Auburn - Gator Bowl (I refuse to call it the Taxslayer Bowl)
    Florida - Outback Bowl
    Tennessee - Belk Bowl
    Kentucky - Music City Bowl
    Missouri - Liberty Bowl
    Texas A&M - Texas Bowl
  • #2 by Dominicanhog on 15 Aug 2017
  • West -
    1. Alabama 12-0, 8-0
    2. LSU 10-2; 6-2
    3. Auburn 8-4; 5-3
    4. Arkansas 9-3; 5-3
    5. Texas A&M 6-6; 3-5
    6. Miss. St. 5-7; 2-6
    7. Ole Miss 4-8; 1-7

    East -
    1. Georgia 11-1; 8-0
    2. Florida 8-4; 6-2
    3. Tennessee 8-4; 4-4
    4. Kentucky 7-5; 4-4
    5. Missouri 6-6; 2-6
    6. South Carolina 5-7; 2-6
    7. Vanderbilt 3-9; 0-8

    SEC Championship Game -
    #1 Alabama defeats #4 Georgia

    Alabama - Sugar Bowl, CFP semi-finals
    Georgia - Orange Bowl
    LSU - Cotton Bowl
    Arkansas - Citrus Bowl
    Auburn - Gator Bowl (I refuse to call it the Taxslayer Bowl)
    Florida - Outback Bowl
    Tennessee - Belk Bowl
    Kentucky - Music City Bowl
    Missouri - Liberty Bowl
    Texas A&M - Texas Bowl

    LSU is too high and MSU is too low...  in the East, UT and UM higher and UGA and UF lower...
  • #3 by Vantage 8 dude on 15 Aug 2017
  • As far as the Hogs are concerned I'd take that and call it a day.  :) 8)
  • #4 by Al Boarland on 15 Aug 2017
  • LSU is too high and MSU is too low...  in the East, UT and UM higher and UGA and UF lower...

    Yeah. LSU has serious O-line issues and are young pretty much everywhere on D. Not buying them that high. Everyone is putting in their hope on coordinators.

    Sounds familiar...
  • #5 by Hoggish1 on 15 Aug 2017
  • West -
    1. Alabama 12-0, 8-0
    2. LSU 10-2; 6-2
    3. Auburn 8-4; 5-3
    4. Arkansas 9-3; 5-3
    5. Texas A&M 6-6; 3-5
    6. Miss. St. 5-7; 2-6
    7. Ole Miss 4-8; 1-7

    East -
    1. Georgia 11-1; 8-0
    2. Florida 8-4; 6-2
    3. Tennessee 8-4; 4-4
    4. Kentucky 7-5; 4-4
    5. Missouri 6-6; 2-6
    6. South Carolina 5-7; 2-6
    7. Vanderbilt 3-9; 0-8

    SEC Championship Game -
    #1 Alabama defeats #4 Georgia

    Alabama - Sugar Bowl, CFP semi-finals
    Georgia - Orange Bowl
    LSU - Cotton Bowl
    Arkansas - Citrus Bowl
    Auburn - Gator Bowl (I refuse to call it the Taxslayer Bowl)
    Florida - Outback Bowl
    Tennessee - Belk Bowl
    Kentucky - Music City Bowl
    Missouri - Liberty Bowl
    Texas A&M - Texas Bowl


    KY 8-4
    FU 4-8
    UGA 6-6
    Auburn 8-4
    Tenn 8-4
    LSU 9-3

    Hogs 10-2

  • #6 by Hogopolis on 15 Aug 2017
  • West -
    1. Alabama 12-0, 8-0
    2. LSU 10-2; 6-2
    3. Auburn 8-4; 5-3
    4. Arkansas 9-3; 5-3
    5. Texas A&M 6-6; 3-5
    6. Miss. St. 5-7; 2-6
    7. Ole Miss 4-8; 1-7

    East -
    1. Georgia 11-1; 8-0
    2. Florida 8-4; 6-2
    3. Tennessee 8-4; 4-4
    4. Kentucky 7-5; 4-4
    5. Missouri 6-6; 2-6
    6. South Carolina 5-7; 2-6
    7. Vanderbilt 3-9; 0-8

    SEC Championship Game -
    #1 Alabama defeats #4 Georgia

    Alabama - Sugar Bowl, CFP semi-finals
    Georgia - Orange Bowl
    LSU - Cotton Bowl
    Arkansas - Citrus Bowl
    Auburn - Gator Bowl (I refuse to call it the Taxslayer Bowl)
    Florida - Outback Bowl
    Tennessee - Belk Bowl
    Kentucky - Music City Bowl
    Missouri - Liberty Bowl
    Texas A&M - Texas Bowl

    Arkansas 11-1, loss to Auburn.   They beat Alabama.  (Allen tossed for 400 yards on them last year- he will again, and our D and Oline will be better).   Three way tie for first with Arkansas, Alabama and Auburn all 11-1. 
  • #7 by widespreadsooie on 15 Aug 2017
  • West:

    Bama 11-1 (7-1)
    AUB 9-3 (6-2)
    A&M 8-4 (5-3)
    LSU 8-4 (4-4)
    Hogs 7-5 (3-5)
    MS St 6-6 (3-5)
    OM 4-8 (1-7)

    East:

    SC 9-3 (6-2)
    FL 7-5 (5-3)
    UGA 8-4 (5-3)
    MIZ 8-4 (4-4)
    KY 6-6 (2-6)
    TN 6-6 (2-6) See ya Butch
    Vandy 5-7 (2-6)
  • #8 by Hogopolis on 15 Aug 2017
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  • #9 by Headhog32 on 15 Aug 2017
  • Arkansas 11-1, loss to Auburn.   They beat Alabama.  (Allen tossed for 400 yards on them last year- he will again, and our D and Oline will be better).   Three way tie for first with Arkansas, Alabama and Auburn all 11-1.
    I don't see us losing to Auburn I would much rather lose to auburn and beat bama but since the bama game is on the road I just don't think it will happen. possible? most definitely but if I was going to make a bet I would have us over auburn and our 1 loss to bama
  • #10 by Hogopolis on 16 Aug 2017
  • I don't see us losing to Auburn I would much rather lose to auburn and beat bama but since the bama game is on the road I just don't think it will happen. possible? most definitely but if I was going to make a bet I would have us over auburn and our 1 loss to bama

    Auburn has a much better QB than Alabama.   That's the reason for my picks. 
  • #11 by redleg on 16 Aug 2017
  • West:

    Bama 11-1 (7-1)
    AUB 9-3 (6-2)
    A&M 8-4 (5-3)
    LSU 8-4 (4-4)
    Hogs 7-5 (3-5)
    MS St 6-6 (3-5)
    OM 4-8 (1-7)

    East:

    SC 9-3 (6-2)
    FL 7-5 (5-3)
    UGA 8-4 (5-3)
    MIZ 8-4 (4-4)
    KY 6-6 (2-6)
    TN 6-6 (2-6) See ya Butch
    Vandy 5-7 (2-6)
    You lost me when you predicted Carolina to win the East. Auburn is overrated.
  • #12 by redleg on 16 Aug 2017
  • Arkansas 11-1, loss to Auburn.   They beat Alabama.  (Allen tossed for 400 yards on them last year- he will again, and our D and Oline will be better).   Three way tie for first with Arkansas, Alabama and Auburn all 11-1.
    Arkansas is not going to beat a Nick Saban coached Crimson Tide team in Tuscaloosa. Arkansas will be lucky to beat the Tide in Fayetteville for the entirety of Saban's tenure at Alabama. Auburn is overrated.
  • #13 by Youngsta71701 on 16 Aug 2017
  • Predicting every team is too much thinking. I'll just stick with Arkansas... ;D
  • #14 by Großer Kriegschwein on 16 Aug 2017
  • Auburn has a much better QB than Alabama.   That's the reason for my picks.

    Who?

    Surely you can't be ACTUALLY saying that kid from Baylor is much better than Hurts.

    Stick their true freshman seasons side by side and there is no comparison.

    Hurts:

    SEC Competition:
    Passing: 63%, 2800 yards, 23 TDs, 9 INTs.
    Rushing: 191 Attempts, 954 yds, 13 TDs.

    Stidham:

    Big 12 Competition:
    Passing: 67%, 1200, 12 TDs, 2 INTs
    Rushing: 36 Attempts, 70 yds, 2 TDs

    I don't see MUCH better. As a matter of fact, unproven probably describes Stidham the best.
  • #15 by widespreadsooie on 16 Aug 2017
  • You lost me when you predicted Carolina to win the East. Auburn is overrated.

    They probably won't win it but every team in that division has multiple weaknesses that can be exposed by any team, especially while on the road. SC schedule doesn't setup as tough as their divisional brethren. They have a lot of talent on offense. I picked them to beat their Vegas total by 3.5 games and you picked UGA to beat theirs by 2.5 so my prediction is only slightly bolder than yours.
  • #16 by HamSammich on 16 Aug 2017

  • Pain.. SEC cannibalizes itself. Bama 2 losses LSU 3 losses. SEC east winner 3 losses.


    heck I wouldn't be shocked if bammer has 3 losses and the east champ has 4
  • #17 by widespreadsooie on 12 Dec 2017
  • You lost me when you predicted Carolina to win the East. Auburn is overrated.

    Ouch
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