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Projected SEC standings

     SEC West  
Team Overall SEC   Team Overall SEC
1. Tennessee 10-2 6-2 1. 11-1 7-1
2. Georgia 9-3 5-3 2. LSU 10-2 6-2
3. Florida 8-4 5-3 3. 8-4 5-3
4. Kentucky 6-6 3-5 4. 7-5 4-4
5. 6-6 3-5 5. Arkansas 7-5 4-4
6. 4-8 1-7 6. Texas A&M 8-4 4-4
7. 3-9 0-8 7. Mississippi 7-5 3-5


Preseason Top 25 
1. Ohio Buckeyes were a disappointment in 2015, but are hungry to rebound.
2. Oklahoma Stoops faces high expectations as are widely expected to make playoffs.
3. One of these years, the SEC gauntlet will catch up to Tide. QB issues may mean it happens now.
4. Clemson proved they belonged in 2015; can they take the next step?
5. LSU at LB and lack of offensive cohesiveness could get in the way.
6. Florida Quietly, the Seminoles have underachieved since winning it all in 2013.
7. Tennessee By far the ’s best on paper, Butch Jones needs to prove himself as a field general.
8. Notre Dame Schedule sets up well with only 2 challenging games away from South Bend.
9. Stanford Cardinal will ride McCaffery as far as he can take them.
10. Michigan Talent level is turning around for Wolverines; a big step up in rankings is expected.
11. Houston Only 2 challengers on the schedule for the Cougars, who may get a Big 12 invite soon.
12. have surprisingly tough road, too tough to be considered a threat.
13. Talent all over the place but an unproven will need to assert itself quickly.
14. Georgia All focus is on Kirby Smart, but Bulldogs have a host of holes to fill.
15. Oklahoma St. Cowboys have a high ceiling but something always seems to derail this train.
16. TCU Patterson’s resume commands respect, but Horned Frogs always seem to be two players short.
17. Michigan St. How the Spartans bounce back from disaster will tell the tale early.
18. Rebels may have lost a little too much up front to hang with the contending teams.
19. Bears are one negative news story away from being declared a complete disaster area in 2016.
20. Texas A&M Aggies seem to be coming around to what’s important to winning in the SEC: Talent on defense.
21. Florida Not enough talent, not enough QB acumen to believe Gators will be more than an also-ran.
22. Washington Huskies appear to be the best of the second-line PAC-12 teams in 2016.
23. Oregon Systems and speed are catching up to the Ducks. Can they innovate once more?
24. Washington St. Cougars were quietly a success story in 2015. Now it’s time to take the next step.
25. Wisconsin Badgers aren’t fancy, but always seem to be hanging around late in the season.

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