SEC teams actually fared better than FPI predicted they would in their season openers last week, going a collective 12-1. FPI projected an 11-2 opening week, incorrectly predicting that Vanderbilt would beat Western Kentucky and that South Carolina would lose to North Carolina.

Either way, SEC teams’ projected and actual winning percentages were still very high last week, so let’s give FPI another try.

What is your school’s win probability this week? Below is a list of every SEC team’s win probability for Week 2, according to ESPN’s Football Power Index.

Alabama (95.7 percent): The Crimson Tide is coming off its impressive season-opening win over Wisconsin. Meanwhile Middle Tennessee State — which visits Tuscaloosa on Saturday — opened its season with a 70-14 stomping of Jacksonville State, which happens to be Auburn’s opponent this week.

Arkansas (90.1 percent): The Razorbacks, who took UTEP to school last week, face Toledo at home on Saturday. The Rockets led Stony Brook, 16-7, at halftime last week before their opener was eventually canceled due to severe weather.

Auburn (97.5 percent):  Yes, Jeremy Johnson struggled in last week’s 31-24 win over Louisville, but look for him and Auburn to bounce back in a big way against Jacksonville State, which FPI considers the Tigers’ second-easiest opponent of the regular season behind Idaho, which visits the Plains on Nov. 21.

Florida (96.3 percent): The Gators chomped their way to a 61-13 victory over New Mexico State in Jim McElwain’s head coaching debut last week. Florida should have a similarly easy time on Saturday against East Carolina, which beat Towson, 28-20, last week.

Georgia (92.0 percent): The Bulldogs blasted Louisiana-Monroe, 51-14, in a game that was called with 9:54 left due to weather-related concerns. And they should improve to 2-0 on the season with a win on Saturday over Vanderbilt, which could have — and more than likely should have — put away Western Kentucky last week.

South Carolina (71.7 percent): The Gamecocks — who host Kentucky on Saturday night — had a hard time in their opener last week before polishing off North Carolina by four. The Wildcats also struggled last week before outlasting Louisiana-Lafayette, 40-33. FPI doesn’t expect Kentucky to get its first win in Columbia since 1999.

LSU (80.5 percent): The Tigers’ opener against McNeese State last week was canceled after a four-hour weather delay, so you can bet that the Bayou Bengals can hardly wait to officially open their season — and SEC slate — Saturday night in Starkville. The Bulldogs took care of business last week, winning, 34-16, at Southern Miss, but FPI obviously likes LSU to ruin Mississippi State’s home opener.

Missouri (79.5 percent): The Tigers toppled Southeast Missouri State, 34-3, last week in their opener. They now get Arkansas State, which traveled all the way to Southern California last week to get trounced, 55-6. Look for Mizzou to improve to 2-0.

Ole Miss (99.1 percent): The Rebels, according to FPI, are the SEC team with the easiest opponent this week, Fresno State, which beat Abilene Christian, 34-13, in its opener. Mississippi, which is coming off a 76-3 mauling of Tennessee Martin, is projected to fall to Alabama next week, the only regular-season game FPI thinks the Rebels will lose this year.

Tennessee (61.6 percent): The Volunteers flourished on offense but struggled on defense when they opened their season by beating Bowling Green, 59-30, last week. They get no breaks Saturday night when Oklahoma — a 41-3 winner over Akron last week — visits Rocky Top. But FPI sees the Vols avenging last year’s 34-10 loss to the Sooners.

Texas A&M (98.2 percent): The Aggies, who arguably delivered the SEC’s best performance last week with their 38-17 rout of then-15th-ranked Arizona State, are in the midst of two “cupcake” games in a row, beginning with Saturday’s matchup against Ball State. After facing the Cardinals — who beat VMI, 48-36, last week, A&M plays host to Nevada before kicking off its SEC schedule at home against Arkansas on Sept. 26.