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Old 12-07-2014, 04:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default SEC Bowls (based on information so far)

Alabama v/s Ohio St

Auburn v/s Wisconsin

Georgia v/s Louisville

Missouri v/s Minnesota

Florida v/s East Carolina

LSU v/s Notre Dame

Miss St v/s Georgia Tech

South Carolina v/s Miami

Ole Miss v/s TCU

Tennessee v/s Iowa

Texas A&M v/s West Virginia

Arkansas v/s Texas
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V/s conferences:

4 v/s B10
4 v/s ACC (counting Notre Dame)
3 v/s B12
1 v/s AAC

The biggest shame is NO BOWLS with P12 teams. Only hope is Alabama meets Oregon for the NC.

WE NEED SOME SEC/P12 BOWL GAMES!
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SEC could be favored in all games. As an Iowa fan I like our matchup. I would have preferred SC. Ark and LSU were the two teams that I did not want. We actually got matched up against TN in the basketball tourney this last March.
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Here are the lines/spreads on the SEC matchups as of 12/11/2014. The SEC is favored to win 9 of 12 games.

Miami (-3)
South Carolina

Texas A&M
West Virginia (-3.5)

Arkansas (-6)
Texas

Notre Dame
LSU (-8)

Georgia (-7)
Louisville

Ole Miss
TCU (-3.5)

Mississippi State (-7)
Georgia Tech

Auburn (-6)
Wisconsin

Minnesota
Missouri (-5.5)

Alabama (-9.5)
Ohio State

Iowa
Tennessee (-3)

East Carlolina
Florida (-7)
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If I were TCU I wouldn't start polishing the trophy just yet.. Ole Miss is #1 in scoring D, #13 in total D.

LSU will humiliate ND (uh-gin) considering their plummet. Golson will be pummeled into at least 3 INT's.

If THEE OSU can hang fitty on Wisc, imagine what Auburn will do...... blowout!!!

Ga/Louieville looks like a really good matchup, as does Miss St/Ga Tch. Toss up

As for my beloved Gators (ahem) it will either be a Fla blowout (by 14 or better), or another head-scratching loss, ala Ga Southern in 2013. Hopefully the former of the two.
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Miami/SC is a tough call, neither is too impressive.

A&M and WVU is an offensive contest and I think A&M is a little more physical so I go with the Aggies.

Arkansas and Texas both played well toward the end of the year but the Hogs will stick it to them.

LSU will just pound Notre Dame, end of story. I always felt like LSU was really close to excellence this year, they lost some tough games.

Georgia SHOULD beat Louisville soundly, but there are X-factors. UGA just doesn't show up sometimes and other times show up big. And Louisville is kind of a wildcard team capable of pretty good football.

Ole Miss/TCU is a great matchup. This one could end the TCU myth or complete their story. As Gatorfan pointed out the Rebels play great defense, while TCU is an offensive powerhouse. I think Ole Miss wins and finishes a season that could have been great.

I think Mississippi State takes home a 3 TD victory over Georgia Tech. Nothing against Tech, they are solid. They just aren't as good as what the Bulldogs are used to.

I don't think Auburn blows out Wisconsin, in fact I think this one will be close. Wisconsin will bounce back and play close but lose to the Tigers.

If Mizzou doesn't sleep against Wisconsin they win another close one in similar fashion to what they did all season.

Alabama should blow out Ohio State just because they will come to play. If the Buckeyes can be explosive like they did against lesser teams than I guess they have a chance.

I think Tenn has more raw talent, but Iowa is just solid. They both have something to prove, but the Hawkeyes even more with a more veteran team. I think Iowa shows up big in this one.

Florida really is just better than East Carolina, they will win easily.

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