SEC Football: Predicting every SEC team’s record for the 2017 season

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ATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 03: The Alabama Crimson Tide celebrate their 54-16 win over the Florida Gators in the SEC Championship game at the Georgia Dome on December 3, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

The 2017 college football season is only days away, and today we’re projecting every SEC team’s record for the 2017 season.

If there is one thing you can predict about the SEC football season, it’s that it’s going to be unpredictable. There are six teams in this year’s preseason top 25, but who knows how many will be ranked by the time the season is actually over.

There were six SEC teams ranked in the top 25 of last season’s preseason poll. Ole Miss and Georgia were both ranked in the preseason, but each failed to make the top 25 at season’s end. The Rebels didn’t even make a bowl game despite their preseason no. 11 ranking. Auburn was the lone SEC team that wasn’t ranked in the preseason that finished the season in the top 25.

So despite all those aforementioned reasons on why the SEC football season is impossible to predict, we’ve decided to give it a go anyway. Here are the Southbound and Down predictions for the 2017 SEC football season.

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