Projecting the winner of the SEC East

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Florida Gators head coach Will Muschamp hugs wide receiver Demarcus Robinson (11), defensive lineman Alex McCalister (14) as they walk off the field after they beat the Georgia Bulldogs at EverBank Field. Florida Gators defeated the Georgia Bulldogs 38-20. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Scenario 1: Georgia loses two overall conference games, Missouri loses three overall conference games, and Florida wins their remaining two conference games. Florida advances to the championship on head-to-head with Georgia. (1%)

This scenario is not only insane, but would also effectively make the SEC East look like it was crafted from leftover marshmallow fluff.

Could Georgia lose two games to Auburn and Kentucky? Sure, it could happen even though Georgia is favored by 10 in the Kentucky game. Could Missouri lose all three of their remaining SEC games? It’s possible given that two of the games are on the road, and one of them and their home game will likely be against an Arkansas team desperate to finish with their first SEC win.

Could Florida win both games? It’s Vandy and South Carolina, two of the weakest SEC opponents in the division, so yes. But the chances of this all coming together at once in a cataclysm of losses and tears of unfathomable sadness? I’ll say 1 in 100, and that’s probably aiming high.