Projecting the winner of the SEC East

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A Missouri Tigers Golden Girls entertain the crowd during the second half against the Kentucky Wildcats at Faurot Field. Missouri won 20-10. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Scenario 3: Georgia loses two additional games, Missouri loses two or fewer remaining games. Missouri advances to the championship on head-to-head against Florida. (9%)

We’re still way off the board here since Georgia probably won’t lose to Kentucky. That’s the biggest part of this scenario. Kentucky has lost four games in a row, they are demoralized, and they have nothing to play for at this stage.

The Wildcats are decent at passing the ball, but they are 75th in the country in rushing yards per game. After getting annihilated at the line of scrimmage, Georgia will find that refreshing. The reason this gets a higher percentage than the others is because Kentucky has played Georgia close in three of their last four games in Lexington, and won one of them.

Nothing seems to go easy for Georgia in Big Blue territory.