The SEC East: Predicting the Division Based on Numbers

To predict the SEC East is like trying to predict the weather three months from now. It is basically impossible.

Most experts feel as though it will shake out with Florida on top again, with Georgia and South Carolina 2-A and 2-B. Then it fills out with Tennessee behind them, with Kentucky and Vanderbilt fighting for last place.

Every team has strengths and weaknesses. However, who has the proven production to back it up? Here is how I plan on breaking this down.