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August 2, 2018

College Football SEC East Preview

Mitch from Sports Chat Place guests on the Tonys Picks TV Show and offers his picks, predictions, previews and odds from the SEC East Conference.

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Georgia Bulldogs—Season Wins 10.5

Georgia is coming off a 13-2 record. They beat Oklahoma 54-48 in double overtime in the Rose Bowl then lost 26-23 to Alabama in the CFB Championship. Eight starters back on offense five on defense. Jake Fromm enters his sophomore year under center. He has two starters back at wide receiver and his starting tight end. Four offensive linemen back from a year ago. Road games at South Carolina, Missouri and LSU. Non-conference games against Austin Peay, Middle Tennessee St, UMASS and Georgia Tech at home. Road games in conference at South Carolina, Missouri and Kentucky with Florida on a neutral. They get Auburn at home.

Florida Gators—Season Wins 7.5 and +1500 to win SEC Championship

Florida went 4-7 a season ago missing a bowl game. They get ten starters back on offense with nine to the defense. Felepe Franks is under center but must win the job after an inconsistent season. He has his entire offensive line back. Must improve offensively scoring just 22.1 points per game last year. Non-conference opponents are Charleston Southern, Colorado St and Idaho at home with Florida St on the road. SEC road games are at Tennessee, Mississippi St and Vanderbilt with Georgia on a neutral field. No Alabama, LSU or Auburn on the schedule.

South Carolina Gamecocks—Season Wins 7 and +3000 odds to win SEC Championship

Team finished at 9-4 last year and beat Michigan in the Outback Bowl 26-19. They have eight starters on offense with six to the defense. Jake Bentley returns for his junior year at quarterback with most of his playmakers back. In the non-conference they face Coastal Carolina, Marshall and Chattanooga at home with Clemson on the road. They travel to Ole Miss and Florida. Gamecocks avoid Alabama, Auburn and LSU on the schedule.

Missouri Tigers—Season Wins 7.5 and +2000 odds to Win SEC Championship

Missouri concluded play at 7-6 last year. They fell to Texas 33-16 in the Texas Bowl. Returning are nine on offense and seven to the defense. Drew Lock returns for his senior year with his entire offense line and most playmakers. Offensively they put up 502 yards and 37.5 points per game. Defense has been poor the past two seasons allowing 31 a game each year. In the non-conference they face UT Martin, Wyoming and Memphis at home and face Purdue on the road. They must travel to Alabama, South Carolina and Florida.

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Kentucky Wildcats—Season Wins 5.5 and +30,000 to win SEC Championship

It was a 7-6 record for Kentucky after their 24-23 defeat to Northwestern in the Music City Bowl. They have seven starters back on offense and eight to the defense. They will decide between two sophomores or a redshirt freshman at quarterback. Four return to the offensive line. Non-conference opponents include Central Michigan, Murray St and Middle Tennessee St at home with Louisville on the road. In the SEC they travel to Florida, Texas A&M, Missouri and Tennessee. No LSU, Auburn or Alabama on the schedule.

Tennessee Volunteers—Season Wins 5.5 and +10,000 to win SEC Championship

It was a 4-8 season for Tennessee a season ago and no bowl game. Six starters are back on offense and six to the defense. Keller Christ a grad transfer from Stanford is at quarterback. Two freshman start at right and left guards. Offense was poor last year generating 19.8 points and 291 yards per game. They battle West Virginia on a neutral field in the non-conference along with East Tennessee St, UTEP and Charlotte at home. Road tests in the SEC are at Auburn, South Carolina and Georgia. They have Alabama at home.

Vanderbilt Commodores—Season Wins 4.5 and +50,0000 to win SEC Championship

Commodores finished at 5-7 a season ago missing a bowl game for the third time in four seasons. Derek Mason is in his fifth year with the program. They have seven starters back on offense with five to the defense. Kyle Shurmur is in his senior season at quarterback. Offense put up 24.6 points per game highest total in past four seasons. Defense tailed off as the Commodores allowed 31.3 points per game. The face Middle Tennessee, Nevada and Tennessee St at home in the non-conference and must travel to Notre Dame. Road games in conference are Georgia, Kentucky, Arkansas and Missouri. They avoid Alabama, Auburn and LSU on the schedule.

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