Alabama- Alabama is coming off the one of the Nation's top recruiting classes and are pumped up for this season. I like Alabama to come out and suprise a lot of teams. I see Alabama losing two games. The season opener in Clemson and the Georgia game in Athens. Alabama pulls of big wins over Tennessee, LSU, and Arkansas. Bama goes 10-2.
Arkansas- The Razorbacks have a real different look this year. New coach and no Darren McFadden or Felix Jones. Arkansas loses games to @Texas, Alabama, Florida, @Auburn, @South Carolina, and LSU. They will be able to pull out wins over Ole Miss and @ Miss. State. Arkansas goes 6-6.
Auburn- Auburn is switching over to a new offense running the spread. I think they will struggle some this year, getting used to this new offense. Auburn falls to LSU, @ West Virginia, @ Ole Miss, Georgia, @ Alabama. Auburn picks up big wins over @ Miss. State, Tennessee, Arkansas.
LSU- The defending National Champions have a real different look this year. They have a big ? at the QB position, after Ryan Perriloux was kicked off the team. Thats going to hurt them. LSU has loses to @ Florida, Georgia, Alabama. They have big wins over @ Auburn, @ South Carolina, @ Arkansas. LSU goes 9-3.
Ole Miss- This is another team I feel that can come and suprise a lot of people. The transfer from Texas Jeaven Snead is a really good QB and they will be a big suprise team in the West this year. Ole Miss falls to @ Florida, South Carolina, @ Alabama, @ Arkansas, @ LSU. They pull out big wins against Auburn, Miss State. Ole Miss goes 7-5.
Miss. State- Sylvestor Croom is building a good program down there in Starkville. They have been a team lately that a lot of teams don't want to play. I see them losing games to Auburn, @ LSU, @ Alabama, Arkansas, @ Ole Miss. They pull out big wins over @ Geogia Tech, @ Tennessee, Kentucky.
Florida- Defending Heisman trophy winner Tim Tebow is pumped up for this season. He had his taste of winning a National Title in his Freshman year, and is hungry to get back there. They have a really good team, but I see there slip ups coming against Georgia, and South Carolina. They will have big wins against Miami, @ Tennessee, LSU, @ Florida State. They go 10-2.
Georgia- To me this is the best team in the Nation. It is very hard to go through SEC play undefeated, but if there is a team that can do it, it is the Georgia Bulldogs in 2008. I do not see them losing a game. They go undefeated, a perfect 12-0.
Kentucky- There is one major difference with this years Kentucky team and last years. This season they have no Andre Woodson. They will find life in the SEC is tough without Woodson. They lose games against @ Louisville, @ Alabama, Arkansas, @ Florida, @ Miss. State, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee. Kentucky pulls out one big win against Vanderbilt.
South Carolina- I really like this South Carolina team. They are going to compete for the SEC East crown. This year though Georgia is just too tough. South Carolina also always has a nice upset win, and then always seems to be knocked off by a team they usually beat. They will lose to Georgia, LSU, @ Vanderbilt. They have big wins over Tennessee, Arkansas, @ Florida, and @ Clemson. The Gamecocks finish 9-3.
Tennessee- I think the Vols will find things really tough this season. No Erik Ainge, so they have an unproven QB. I don't see Tennessee having a very good year at all. They will be defeated by Florida, @ Auburn, @ Georgia, Miss. State, Alabama, @ South Carolina. They will pull out big wins over @ UCLA, @ Vanderbilt. Tennessee goes 6-6.
Vanderbilt- I think this team is on there way up and will suprise a lot of people in the SEC. They were close a few years ago to a bowl game with Jay Cutler at QB. Can they do it this year? They will lose to @ Ole Miss, Auburn, @ Miss State, @ Georiga, Florida, @ Kentucky, Tennessee, @ Wake Forest. They will pull out one big win over South Carolina. I think Vandy is one year away from being a bowl team, they go 4-8.
SEC West Standings
Alabama 10-2 (7-1)
LSU 9-3 (5-3)
Auburn 7-5 (4-4)
Ole Miss 7-5 (3-5)
Miss. State 7-5 (3-5)
Arkansas 6-6 (3-5)
SEC East Standings
Georgia 12-0 (8-0)
Florida 10-2 (6-2)
South Carolina 9-3 (5-3)
Tennessee 6-6 (2-6)
Kentucky 4-8 (1-7)
Vanderbilt 4-8 (1-7)