Right now, everyone is just hoping that the coronavirus eventually subsides and we can have college football this fall. That’s far from certain as things stand right now, but hopefully, the virus will go away in time to start the season on time.

Of course, we all play a part in that right now by staying home and practicing social distancing.

All SEC spring sports have been canceled, but football coaches are still holding out hope for some sort of summer mini-camp to help make up for missing spring practice.

Who’s going to win the SEC in 2020? The usual suspects fall at the top of the list with Alabama, LSU, Georgia and Florida listed as favorites. Sportsbook Draftkings listed their over/unders for the 2020 season. They are reflected below:

  • Alabama: 10.5
  • Arkansas: 3.5
  • Auburn: 9
  • Florida: 10
  • Georgia: 10
  • Kentucky: 6.5
  • LSU: 9
  • Mississippi State: 7
  • Missouri: 7
  • Ole Miss: 5.5
  • South Carolina: 5.5
  • Tennessee: 7
  • Texas A&M: 9.5
  • Vanderbilt: 3

Couple takeaways:

  • Yes, Texas A&M should have a solid team, but the over of 9.5 would seem a little too high. That’s taking nothing away from the Aggies and Jimbo Fisher; it’s just the reality of the brutal conference schedule. The good thing for TAMU is that it doesn’t play Clemson this year, and it has 4 winnable out-of-conference games against ACU, North Texas, Colorado and Fresno State. Also, South Carolina and Vanderbilt — both beatable — are this year’s cross-over games.
  • An interesting line for us might be Tennessee at 7. The Vols finished strong last season, winning their last 6 games. Charlotte, Furman, Missouri, South Carolina, Arkansas, Kentucky, Troy and Vandy are all winnable.