Tennessee is coming off a very impressive win after a last-second field goal victory against #3
Alabama. Georgia, still the East front-runner, is looking to make it back to Atlanta for the SEC
I believe that it will come down to the matchup in Athens between Georgia and Tennessee on
November 5th to see who will be in Atlanta for the East on December 3rd.
Georgia holds the favorite at -130 to win the Conference title, as Tennessee follows with +450
odds, and Kentucky at 3rd in the east with +30000 odds to win the SEC.
Though Kentucky is a long shot, they still have a chance at Tennessee and Georgia in November.
So far, this college football season has been a rollercoaster ride through 7 weeks, so I believe
anything is on the table.
Ole Miss is the last undefeated team in the West and it changes how this conference typically
goes. For the past 10 years, powerhouse Alabama has consistently been at the top. It is nice to
see a new figure at that number-one spot (for the time being).
Though you can never count Nick Saban and the Tide out…
The Tide was defeated by Texas A&M last year on a last-second field goal and still made it to
the CFB Championship…
Ole Miss will host the Crimson Tide in Oxford on November 12, where I think Alabama will
take down the rebels in an easy effort.
If Alabama wins out, we can count on seeing them back in Atlanta for another conference
championship. Ole Miss is no sleeper, but I do not believe that they are a CFP-caliber football
team just yet.
SEC Championship Prediction:
The matchup in the East between Tennessee and Georgia on November 5th will tell us who will
punch their ticket to the conference championship.
My gut is telling me we will see Georgia back in Atlanta to get another shot at perfection.
Alabama will be back in Atlanta for another chance to defend the SEC Title.
I fully expect to see Georgia and Alabama in Atlanta on December 3rd to battle for the