The SEC brazenly announced its 2020 schedule 2.0 on SEC Network Monday evening. Each team will play a 10-game, conference only schedule with (at the very least) severely reduced stadium capacities. While the Pac-12 and Big 10 have postponed their seasons for now, it appears to be full steam ahead for the 14 SEC schools.

Keeping in mind the new schedules and latest player-opt outs, let’s take a look at the SEC as things stand on August 19.

SEC power rankings and record projections

1. Alabama. Projection: 9-1.


2. Georgia: Projection: 8-2


3. LSU. Projection: 7-3


4. Florida. Projection: 7-3


5. Auburn. Projection: 6-4


6. Texas A&M. Projection: 6-4


7. Tennessee. Projection: 5-5


8. Kentucky. Projection: 5-5


9. Mississippi State. Projection: 5-5


10. Ole Miss. Projection: 4-6


11. Missouri 3-7


12. South Carolina. Projection: 2-8


13. Arkansas. Projection 1-9


14. Vanderbilt. Projection: 0-10


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