Monday, November 27, 2017

Around the SEC- 11/27

I'll try to do this bi-monthly...

We're a couple weeks into the season and only one SEC team has a losing record (Vanderbilt). Actually, 11 of the 14 have 1 loss or less. From ESPN, the current records:


SECW-LGBPCTW-LPCTSTRK
#9 Texas A&M0-0--.0006-01.000W6
Mississippi State0-0--.0005-01.000W5
#7 Kentucky0-0--.0006-1.857W4
#24 Alabama0-0--.0005-1.833L1
Arkansas0-0--.0005-1.833W1
#6 Florida0-0--.0005-1.833L1
Georgia0-0--.0005-1.833W1
Auburn0-0--.0004-1.800W2
Ole Miss0-0--.0004-1.800W1
South Carolina0-0--.0004-1.800W2
Tennessee0-0--.0004-1.800W1
Missouri0-0--.0005-2.714L1
LSU0-0--.0003-2.600L2
Vanderbilt0-0--.0002-4.333L3
Big wins so far in conference:
A&M @ #10 USC
Arkansas over Oklahoma
Gators over Gonzaga
UGA over St Mary's
Tennessee over Purdue
Mizzou over St John's (BOOOO!)

Curious to see if Florida's close loss to Duke was what they are (a true top 10 team) or what I think they are (overachieved and will lose 10 this year). I'm not as high on the SEC as MS is... still think it is maybe the 5th or 6th best conference, but there does seem to be more of a gooey middle of decent squads.

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