That wasn’t too bad, was it?
The SEC as a whole went 12-2 on opening weekend, with three wins over ACC opponents (two ranked) and completely avoiding any devastating losses to the G5.
Sure, Vandy got curbstomped by the Buccaneers from the notorious pirate haven of Johnson City. But that’s why we it’s nice that we only have to pick 13 teams in this game.
As for Bayou Bengals... we’ll just say they lost
to UCLA in the Rose Bowl. No shame in that!
I’d like to take a moment here to remember our friends we’ve already lost. You should probably never go to Vegas, but we appreciate the effort along the way.
- KingCaleb04 (LSU)
- Pharm Tiger (LSU)
Pitt at Tennessee - 11:00 AM
#5 Texas A&M at Colorado (in Denver) - 2:30 PM
NC State at Mississippi State - 5:00 PM
#15 Texas at Arkansas - 6:00 PM
Missouri at Kentucky - 6:30 PM
I’ll keep a running document of who’s picked who and who’s still alive. This will be the document of record, so let me know if you have any issues with it.
The rules are simple. Each week, you are to pick one SEC team to win their game. If you pick correctly, you advance. If you do not, well, see you next year I guess. Once you pick a team, though, you may not pick them again. If you decide to pick Alabama over Miami this week, you may not pick Alabama the rest of the year.
As usual, you can only pick a team who is playing a P5 opponent. No picking Auburn over Akron, or LSU over Central Michigan. I will go ahead and make a ruling on this now - you can pick Ole Miss over Liberty, who is an Independent.
All picks should be made in the comment section of the post, which will go up on Wednesdays. Picks must be submitted by kickoff of the game you are picking.
Those who have been around will know, but a word of advice for any new players - go ahead and outline your picks for the season now. You don’t want to be the one with no eligible teams left to pick in October when everyone is on a BYE.