Week 13 win probabilities for every SEC team
What is your team’s win probability this week? Below is a list of every SEC team’s win probability for Week 13, according to ESPN’s Football Power Index.
Alabama (78.1%): The Crimson Tide chewed up Charleston Southern last week, rolling to a 56-6 romp in Tuscaloosa. This week Bama visits Auburn — which beat Idaho 56-34 at home last week — in this year’s Iron Bowl.
Arkansas (81.3%): The Razorbacks are coming off a 51-50 home loss to Mississippi State. On Friday, the Hogs entertain Missouri in Gary Pinkel’s regular season finale with the Tigers. Mizzou lost 19-8 to Tennessee in its home finale last week.
Florida (52.3%): The Gators struggled before beating FAU 20-14 last week and won’t be able to get away with playing like “dead fish” Saturday. Florida State, which crushed Chattanooga 52-13 last week, comes to Gainesville for Florida’s regular-season finale.
Georgia (55.2%): The Bulldogs, who needed overtime to outlast Georgia Southern 23-17 last week, hit the road for their regular-season finale. Georgia heads to Georgia Tech, which has dropped eight of its past nine games, including last week’s 38-21 loss at Miami.
Kentucky (39.4%): Last week’s 58-10 home win over Charlotte moved the Wildcats within a victory of clinching bowl eligibility. Getting that sixth win at Louisville this week will be tough. The Cardinals, who lost 45-34 at Pittsburgh last week, have already qualified for a bowl.
LSU (68.2%): The Tigers’ chances of winning Saturday are surprisingly high considering how bad they have been during their three-game skid, which includes last week’s 38-17 loss at Ole Miss. Saturday night, the Bayou Bengals get a visit from Texas A&M, which blanked Vanderbilt, 25-0, in Nashville last week.
Ole Miss (59.3%): The Rebels, who kept their SEC West title hopes alive with last week’s 3-touchdown home rout of LSU, head to Starkville for Saturday night’s Egg Bowl. Mississippi State is hoping to build on last week’s one-point road win over Arkansas.
South Carolina (13.8%): As if things weren’t tough enough for the Gamecocks, who lost 23-22 to The Citadel — The Citadel — at home last week, South Carolina’s reward for having lost six of its past seven games? Its annual matchup with Clemson, which just so happens to be the top team in the land and is coming off a 33-13 walloping of Wake Forest at home.
Tennessee (91.8%): The Volunteers, who ran their winning streak to four with last week’s win at Missouri, are closing in on their best season since 2007 when they finished 10-4. (The Vols are trying for their first five-game winning streak since that season, too.) Vanderbilt, which has been shut out three times in its past 13 games, comes to Knoxville after getting shut out by Texas A&M last week.