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Harbach Blog...Picking Every SEC Game

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Posted Aug 16, 2010


Each SEC teams schedule listing the predicted winners and losers. Fire up those cups by the water cooler because this should give our SEC readers plenty to talk about.

By Brian Harbach

Picking games is dangerous, one group of fans is going to be angry every time but If CFN has the guts to pick every single game in the country before the season starts, why can’t I do the same? Of course I reserve the right to make changes once the season starts and teams step up or fall back, but here is how I think the SEC shakes out in the third week of August.

Home Games in Caps, Neutral Games Caps and City listed

Alabama
Record 11-1
Opponents
SAN JOSE STATE – WIN
PENN STATE – WIN
Duke – WIN
Arkansas – WIN
FLORIDA – WIN
South Carolina – WIN
OLE MISS – WIN
Tennessee – WIN
Louisiana State – LOSS
MISSISSIPPI STATE – WIN
GEORGIA STATE – WIN
AUBURN – WIN


Arkansas
Record 10-2
Opponents
TENNESSEE TECH – WIN
LOUISIANA MONROE – WIN
Georgia – WIN
ALABAMA – LOSS
TEXAS A&M (Arlington) – WIN
Auburn – LOSS
OLE MISS – WIN
VANDERBILT – WIN
South Carolina – WIN
UTEP – WIN
Mississippi State – WIN
LSU – WIN


Auburn
Record 10-2
Opponents
ARKANSAS STATE – WIN
Mississippi State – WIN
CLEMSON – WIN
SOUTH CAROLINA – WIN
LOUISIANA MONROE – WIN
Kentucky – WIN
ARKANSAS – WIN
LSU – LOSS
Ole Miss – WIN
CHATTANOOGA – WIN
GEORGIA – WIN
Alabama – LOSS


Florida
Record 11-1
Opponents
MIAMI OHIO – WIN
SOUTH FLORIDA – WIN
Tennessee – WIN
KENTUCKY – WIN
Alabama – LOSS
LSU – WIN
MISSISSIPPI STATE – WIN
GEORGIA (Jacksonville) – WIN
Vanderbilt – WIN
SOUTH CAROLINA – WIN
APPALACHIAN STATE – WIN
Florida State – WIN


Georgia
Record 9-3
Opponents
LOUISIANA LAFAYETTE – WIN
South Carolina – WIN
ARKANSAS – LOSS
Mississippi State – WIN
Colorado – WIN
TENNESSEE – WIN
VANDERBILT – WIN
Kentucky – WIN
FLORDIA (Jacksonville) – LOSS
IDAHO STATE – WIN
Auburn – LOSS
GEORGIA TECH – WIN


Kentucky
Record 6-6
Opponents
Louisville – WIN
WESTERN KENTUCKY – WIN
AKRON – WIN
Florida – LOSS
Ole Miss – LOSS
AUBURN – LOSS
SOUTH CAROLINA – LOSS
GEORGIA – LOSS
Mississippi State – LOSS
CHARLESTON SOUTHERN – WIN
VANDERBILT – WIN
Tennessee – WIN


LSU
Record 10-2
Opponents
NORTH CAROLINA (Atlanta) – WIN
Vanderbilt – WIN
MISSISSIPPI STATE – WIN
WEST VIRGINIA – WIN
TENNESSEE – WIN
Florida – LOSS
MCNEESE STATE – WIN
Auburn – WIN
ALABAMA – WIN
LOUISIANA MONROE – WIN
OLE MISS – WIN
Arkansas – LOSS


MSU
Record 6-6
Opponents
MEMPHIS – WIN
AUBURN – LOSS
Louisiana State – LOSS
GEORGIA – LOSS
ALCORN STATE – WIN
Houston – WIN
Florida – LOSS
UAB – WIN
KENTUCKY – WIN
Alabama – LOSS
ARKANSAS – LOSS
Ole Miss – WIN


Ole Miss
Record 7-5
Opponents
JACKSONVILLE STATE – WIN
Tulane – WIN
VANDERBILT – WIN
FRESNO STATE – WIN
KENTUCKY – WIN
Alabama – LOSS
Arkansas – LOSS
AUBURN – LOSS
LOUISIANA LAFAYETTE – WIN
Tennessee – WIN
Louisiana State – LOSS
MISSISSIPPI STATE – LOSS


South Carolina
Record 7-5
Opponents
SOUTHERN MISS – WIN
Georgia – LOSS
FURMAN – WIN
Auburn – LOSS
ALABAMA – LOSS
Kentucky – WIN
Vanderbilt – WIN
Tennessee – WIN
ARKANSAS – LOSS
Florida – LOSS
TROY – WIN
Clemson – WIN


Tennessee
Record 5-7
Opponents
UT MARTIN – WIN
OREGON – WIN
Florida – LOSS
UAB – WIN
Louisiana State – LOSS
Georgia – LOSS
ALABAMA – LOSS
South Carolina – LOSS
Memphis – WIN
OLE MISS – LOSS
Vanderbilt – WIN
KENTUCKY – LOSS


Vanderbilt
Record 1-11
Opponents
NORTHWESTERN – LOSS
LSU – LOSS
Ole Miss – LOSS
Connecticut – LOSS
EASTERN MICHIGAN – WIN
Georgia – LOSS
SOUTH CAROLINA – LOSS
Arkansas – LOSS
FLORIDA – LOSS
Kentucky – LOSS
TENNESSEE – LOSS
WAKE FOREST – LOSS


No doubt that this will stir up some debate, let me know which games you think I got right or wrong and I will be glad to give my early explanations. E-mail me Brian Harbach

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