ESPN has its initial strength of schedule rankings posted here. The SEC looks like this:
- South Carolina 2
- Alabama 3
- LSU 4
- Arkansas 7
- Ole Miss 9
- Auburn 11
- Tennessee 14
- Mississippi State 16
- Georgia 18
- Vanderbilt 30
- Kentucky 32
- Texas A&M 35
- Florida 41
- Missouri 54
The thing to keep in mind that if they’re forced to shrink the season because of the coronavirus, that spread is going to compress. In other words, if I were a Florida fan, I’d be really hoping for a 12-game season.
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That Florida schedule is dragged down by FSU. FSU will better in November on the field than in May on paper
Anything is possible, including back-to-back games vs. Alabama in December.
No wonder all those media blowhards are picking FU to win the East. Plus, how can Georgia’s schedule only be #18 in the nation when we play both Bama and Auburn next season? Should be top 5 in difficulty IMHO.
Scrolling around that list and looking at other columns I see thst USC (the real one, in California) is #13 in their FPI ranking, and Texas at #11.
Those both seem high to me, but I admit I don’t pay enough attention to have an informed opinion.
Boom must be a Dead Man Walking after this season.. one can only hope.