2023 SEC East Division CFB Odds with Preview

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Not only has Georgia won the National Championship the last two seasons but teams from the killer SEC have won the last four national titles.

No shock that Georgia has, by far, the best odds to win the SEC East this season and oddsmakers see the division as, pretty much, a two-horse race.

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Odds to win the SEC East Division

 

Georgia +120

While Georgia lost quite a few players to the NFL they should be stacked on both sides of the ball once again. Not only do they have a slew of blue chippers but they had a solid off-season in the transfer portal, especially bolstering their WR corps with the additions of Dominic Lovett and RaRa Thomas. Carson Beck is the frontrunner to take over at QB and while some star defensive players will now be playing on Sunday there is a new set of stars ready to emerge on that side of the ball. The Bulldogs do not have the toughest schedule and their biggest game may be their second-to-last one facing Tennessee on the road.

Tennessee 6/1

Last season Tennessee had double-digits in wins for the first time since 2007. However, repeating that will be hard with the big losses of QB Hendon Hooker and the WR duo of Jalin Hyatt and Cedric Tillman. Joe Milton or Nico Iamaleava will battle it out for the starting QB spot and the WR corps still has a couple of big-time talents with Bru McCoy and Squirrel White. The defense was much improved last season but like the offense they lost some key players. The Volunteers do host Georgia at the end of the season but they hit the road to face Florida in their third game and mid-season have a crossover-SEC game at Alabama.

South Carolina 21/1

South Carolina ended last the season with a bang beating a couple of high ranked teams in Clemson and Tennessee. The embattled QB Spencer Rattler played well last season, especially at the end, and they have a legit WR corps led by Dakereon Joyner, who can also run the ball, and Juice Wells. The Gamecocks hit the transfer portal and their top prize was Arkansas TE Trey Knox. The team has some issues with their rather thin RB corps and the offensive line may be a concern with Jaylen Nichols going down with an injury in spring ball. The defense has talent but they need to improve against the run, where they ranked 13th in the SEC last season. South Carolina plays a killer schedule with two non-conference games facing North Carolina and Clemson and in conference they face Tennessee, Georgia, and Texas A&M on the road.

Florida 41/1

Star QB Anthony Richardson is off to the NFL and his likely replacement is transfer Graham Mertz, who was up and down in his career at Wisconsin. Florida has a solid RB duo returning in Trevor Etienne and Montrell Johnson but the WR corps is a little thin after Ricky Pearsall. The Gators have a new defensive coordinator and he has a tall task this season, as the unit only returns four starters and ranked near the bottom of the conference in points allowed and the struggled against the run. Like South Carolina, Florida has a killer schedule with two out of conference games facing Utah and Florida State and in the SEC slate host Tennessee and Georgia and plays LSU on the road.

Kentucky 51/1

Kentucky only averaged 20.4 ppg last season and that was with star QB Will Levis under center. NC State transfer Devin Leary takes over for him and he has one of the best WR trios in the nation with Tayvion Robinson, Dane Key, and Barion Brown. The defense was solid last season and they have a stacked LB corps but losing DL Justin Rodgers to transfer was a big blow. While they host Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee they are on the road facing Florida.

Missouri 51/1

Mizzou has a new offensive coordinator in Kirby Moore, who looks to help an offense that only averaged 24.8 ppg last season. Brady Cook is the likely starter at QB but Miami transfer Jake Garcia may get time as well. Luther Burden is a breakout star at the WR position and the ground game should be pretty good. The defense, which returns eight starters, exceeded expectations last season and was the main reason the Tigers nearly went to a bowl game. The end of the season is tough with three of their last four games facing Georgia, Tennessee, and Florida.

Vanderbilt 251/1

Vandy nearly made a bowl last season and to get to one this season they need solid play from returning QB A.J. Swann and an improved defense. The Commodores have a good WR corps but the team lost star RB Ray Davis to transfer and last season the D ranked dead last in the SEC giving up an average of 39.8 ppg.

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