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The updated ESPN College Football Power Index rankings came out this week, which includes projected win totals and for each team.

Here are win projections for every team in the SEC:

Alabama Crimson Tide: 10.9 – 1.7
Georgia Bulldogs: 10.2 – 2.4
Florida Gators: 9.7 – 2.7
LSU Tigers: 9.6 – 2.6
Auburn Tigers: 9.1 – 3
Texas A&M Aggies: 8.9 – 3.2
Kentucky Wildcats: 7.0 – 5.0
Tennessee Volunteers: 6.3 – 5.7
Ole Miss Rebels: 6.1 – 5.9
Missouri Tigers: 6.0 – 6.0
South Carolina Gamecocks: 5.8 – 6.2
Arkansas Razorbacks: 5.0 – 7.0
Mississippi State Bulldogs: 4.6 – 7.4
Vanderbilt Commodores: 3.2 – 8.8
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com


Like Bama will win 11 games in a 10 game schedule
Reply6 months
This is an old article due to the fact nobody will be playing current schedule
Reply6 months
This just became irrelevant if we play an all SEC schedule
Reply6 months
how do we win a .6 game?
Reply6 months
Arkansas Razorbacks: 5.0 – 7.0 I'll allow it.
Reply6 months
How is A&M only winning 9 games with the greatest QB in the SEC?
Reply6 months
Heard Georgia will win it all. Oh wait, that was last year.
Reply7 months
0-0 for every team since the season won’t even be played.
Reply7 months
agreed at this point. Wonder what happens to your bets... is it a good time to take the UNDER on everyone?
7 months
6 months
If Arkansas gets 6 wins Ill frap everyday for a year.
Reply7 months
Better get ready. This group has talent. Chad was terrible as they come as a coach, but recruited fairly well. When Briles gets Malik Hornsby on track, and he will, I can't wait to see the looks on SEC DC's faces when he runs by their fastest DB and scores from the Hog 20 yd line. This guy is as fast as Matt Jones but much quicker.
7 months
STOPPED reading at ESPN......
Reply7 months
MSU will win more than 4-5 games. 7-5 or 8-4 imo
Reply7 months
yeah right.
7 months
I’d take the over on Aggie
Reply7 months
“take the over on Aggie“ Who are their coach and quarterback again? Nah...
7 months
Does it bother anyone else that the bottom eight teams all have projected records that equal “12” games, but none of the top six teams have projected records that do? LOL
Reply8 months
Hmmm... I think I figured figured it out. They are including the SECCG results in their projected records maybe?
8 months
Ha ha, A&M predicted under 9 wins, when they basically have 8 gimme's. Not a lot of faith in Jimbo, is there?
Reply8 months
Other than dropping AU a few notches, it looks OK.
Reply8 months
Swap AU and LSU.
Reply8 months
swap LSU / Florida
8 months
Swap LSU with TAMU
8 months
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