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Projecting SEC Football standings for 2023 season

For a few years now, SEC Football has been all about the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Georgia Bulldogs with the exception of the LSU Tigers in 2019. Will anything change this year, or is the league as predictable as ever? Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker give their official SEC predictions for the league’s final year before moving to 16 teams.

Dave Hooker

SEC East

  1. Georgia
  2. Tennessee
  3. Kentucky
  4. South Carolina
  5. Florida
  6. Vanderbilt
  7. Missouri

SEC West

  1. LSU
  2. Alabama
  3. Texas A&M
  4. Auburn
  5. Ole Miss
  6. Arkansas
  7. Mississippi State

SEC Championship: Georgia over LSU

Another dominating season for Georgia is on the horizon based on these predictions, and they are No. 1 for a reason. In terms of the East, nobody outside of the Vols seems to be anywhere close to challenging them, so they should at least have a clear path to the SEC Football championship game.

On the West’s side, many are high on LSU’s ability to beat Alabama based on what Brian Kelly did last year and the fact that he has even more talent in the system this year. The real question is which team is most likely to challenge either of those two at the top. The Texas A&M Aggies, predicted third, certainly have the talent.

Caleb Calhoun

SEC East

  1. Tennessee
  2. Georgia
  3. Kentucky
  4. Missouri
  5. Vanderbilt
  6. South Carolina
  7. Florida

SEC West

  1. LSU
  2. Alabama
  3. Auburn
  4. Ole Miss
  5. Arkansas
  6. Mississippi State
  7. Texas A&M

SEC Championship: LSU over Tennessee

Why is picking Tennessee Football to win the East crazy? Is Georgia as much of a lock as everybody thinks just because they repeated once? The Vols get them at home in November in what may be their biggest home matchup in school history. They could certainly pull that off, so this isn’t impossible.

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Again, in the West, this site is unified in thinking LSU makes its way to Atlanta. However, this prediction has the Tigers winning the conference, which they last did in 2019. UT did blow out LSU last year, but it became a different team after that under Kelly, so they have as much a chance to win the SEC Football championship as anybody.

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