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2020 SEC Football Preview

Check out the CSD preview for the SEC’s 2020 season in this loaded preview, featuring in-depth coverage of everything you need to know about all 14 teams, projected records based on thousands of computer simulations, the projected all-conference team, awards, and more.

The league has announced that it plans to play ten conference games this year and that its teams are not allowed to play non-conference games.


1. Georgia

Head Coach: Kirby Smart
2019 Record: 12-2 (7-1 SEC)
Average Projected 2020 Record: 8.1 wins, 1.9 losses


Sept. 26 at Arkansas
Oct. 3 Auburn
Oct. 10 Tennessee
Oct. 17 at Alabama
Oct. 24 at Kentucky
Nov. 7 Florida (Jacksonville)
Nov. 14 at Missouri
Nov. 21 Mississippi State
Nov. 28 at South Carolina
Dec. 5 Vanderbilt

Georgia has made the College Football Playoff just once since its inception, when they lost in the National title game to Tua Tagovailoa and Alabama. The Bulldogs have consistently been the bridesmaid in the SEC, mostly to ‘Bama, but also to LSU last year. We’ll see if this is the year Kirby Smart and the Dawgs can turn the corner.

Jake Fromm is gone at QB, as is the guy who was thought to replace him: Wake Forest transfer Jamie Newman, who opted out of the season. USC transfer JT Daniels and former star recruit D’Wan Mathis look to be the contenders to take over. I prefer Mathis for the job because, well, let’s just say there was a reason Daniels transferred from USC. A lot departs on the offense, including OT Andrew Thomas and RB D’Andre Swift, but those two groups should reload thanks to Georgia’s amazing recruiting. Former-five star Zamir White will be the #1 running back, and Dalvin’s brother James Cook will add a jolt to the group. The Dawgs also add a five-star true freshman, Kendall Milton.

Whoever the QB is will have an excellent group of receivers to throw to, led by excellent sophomore George Pickens. The QB will also have the best defense in the country to rely on. Nine starters are back from an awesome group. Leading tackler Monty Rice is back at MLB, and five-star Nolan Smith and dangerous Azeez Ojulari (5.5 sacks) provide speed off the edge. S Richard LeCounte (five INTs) and athletic corner Eric Stokes are lockdown in coverage. This defense will be awesome, and if the offense can find a QB, this team is a favorite to win the National Tite.

2. Florida

Head Coach: Dan Mullen
2019 Record: 11-2 (6-2 SEC)
Average Projected 2020 Record: 7.7 wins, 2.3 losses


Sept. 26 at Ole Miss
Oct. 3 South Carolina
Oct. 10 at Texas A&M
Oct. 17 LSU
Oct. 24 Missouri
Nov. 7 Georgia (Jacksonville)
Nov. 14 Arkansas
Nov. 21 at Vanderbilt
Nov. 28 Kentucky
Dec. 5 at Tennessee

If anyone can challenge Georgia in the SEC East, it’s going to be Florida. Stability at the QB spot feels like it could be key in a year without spring practices, and Florida keeps QB Kyle Trask. Trask, a former two-star recruit, stepped up last year, throwing for 25 touchdowns (and only seven picks) after Feleipe Franks went down with an injury. Back for Trask is TE Kyle Pitts, one of the best pass-catching tight ends in the country. The Gators are extraordinarily deep at the receiver spot and should be solid there. Former Miami RB Lorenzo Lingard comes in to replace the departing Lamical Perine, and last year’s #2, Dameon Pierce, was solid. The line struggled at times in 2019 but gets four of five starters back. This offense should really improve with Trask in for the whole year.

The defense struggled with injuries, but injuries mean a lot more people played last year, and so the experience and depth on this team is tremendous. Georgia transfer Brenton Cox will lead the pass rush, with strong interior guys Kyree Campbell and Marlon Dunlap looking to take steps forward. Junior LB Ventrell Miller is quick and can do it all, and the secondary should be excellent. Donovan Stiner and Shawn Davis are two of the best safeties in the conference, and CB Kaii Elam was amazing as a true freshman and could become a true star in year two. The X-factor to this group may be corner Marco Wilson, who was great in 2017, tore his ACL in 2018, and never got back up to the same standard last year. If he can return to his 2017 form, the secondary has a shot to be the best in the country. This team will be better on both sides of the ball and could threaten for a trip to Atlanta.

T3. Kentucky

Head Coach: Mark Stoops
2019 Record: 8-5 (3-5 SEC)
Average Projected 2020 Record: 5.2 wins, 4.8 losses


Sept. 26 at Auburn
Oct. 3 Ole Miss
Oct. 10 Mississippi State
Oct. 17 at Tennessee
Oct. 24 Georgia
Oct. 31 at Missouri
Nov. 14 Vanderbilt
Nov. 21 at Alabama
Nov. 28 at Florida
Dec. 5 South Carolina

An 18-8 record over the past two years is good for the best two-run stretch for Kentucky football in over 40 years. Now, Mark Stoops looks to do it again. QB Terry Wilson returns after missing most of last year with an injury, however, the ‘Cats had lots of success with putting now-Raider WR Lynn Bowden in at the QB spot and using him as a rushing QB, so you can’t count out UK from trying something similar again. The offensive line should be excellent, almost everyone returns, but in the skill corps, the loss of Bowden hurts. The wildcat QB was the team’s top rusher, receiver, and their #2 passer. However, Kavosiey Smoke is promising in the run game, and Asim Rose returns after 826 yards last year. The receivers are unproven because the ‘Cats rarely threw once Bowden took over, but Josh Ali looked solid on limited touches.

The defense should be one of the best in the country again, as almost everyone is back from last year’s group, including awesome edge rusher Boogie Watson (6.5 sacks). The corner duo of Brandin Echols and Cedrick Dort is very good, and IDL Quinton Bohanna is a 367-pound monster. There are some questions in the linebacking corps, where there are some transfers and stouts, but this defense will be even better than they were in 2019 and should offset any step back by the offense. The SEC-only schedule means that the record will probably take a step back, but on the field, this will be an improved team.

T3. Tennessee

Head Coach: Jeremy Pruitt
2019 Record: 8-5 (5-3 SEC)
Average Projected 2020 Record: 5.2 wins, 4.8 losses


Sept. 26 at South Carolina
Oct. 3 Missouri
Oct. 10 at Georgia
Oct. 17 Kentucky
Oct. 24 Alabama
Nov. 7 at Arkansas
Nov. 14 Texas A&M
Nov. 21 at Auburn
Nov. 28 at Vanderbilt
Dec. 5 Florida

After opening the year with a loss to Georgia State, Tennessee rebounded, and really improved down the stretch, finishing 8-5 and playing like a legit top-25 team by the team the year concluded. Now, QB Jarrett Guarantano returns for Jeremy Pruitt after a decent year, but Guarantano will lose three of his top four pass-catchers. USC transfer Velus Jones needs to step up fast. G Trey Smith leads what is one of the best offensive lines in the country, and Ty Chandler and Eric Gray return in the run game. This offense should take a step forward despite the hole at WR, and if Guarantano can clean up his inconsistent play, this team could surprise someone.

On defense, the secondary is key, with a previously young group looking to mature into a force, led by star corner Bryce Thompson. Leading pass rusher Darrell Taylor is gone, but Michigan transfer Aubrey Solomon has potential, and Henrey To’o To’o will lead a linebacking corps with lots of depth. I think I’m lower on Tennessee than most, but this will be a solid team that should finish around the .500 mark in SEC play.

5. South Carolina

Head Coach: Will Muschamp
2019 Record: 4-8 (3-5 SEC)
Average Projected 2020 Record: 2.9 wins, 7.1 losses


Sept. 26 Tennessee
Oct. 3 at Florida
Oct. 10 at Vanderbilt
Oct. 17 Auburn
Oct. 24 at LSU
Nov. 7 Texas A&M
Nov. 14 at Ole Miss
Nov. 21 Missouri
Nov. 28 Georgia
Dec. 5 at Kentucky

Will Muschamp’s Gamecocks have been sliding, and while I don’t think we’ll see a huge “coaching carousel” this year because of the global pandemic, Muschamp is on the shortlist for names on the chopping block. Over the past three years, the Gamecock’s win total has declined from nine (2017) to seven (2018) to four (2019).

The offense has been the issue for much of the Muschamp era, and new coordinator Mike Bobo will take over a roster that averaged eight points a contest over the final three games of the 2019 campaign. There are a whole lot of question marks, but sophomore QB Ryan Hiliniski looks to be the man at QB. He was thrust into the role midyear and was alright; he should improve with time to settle in. The top receiver will be senior Shi Smith, and five-star MarShawn Lloyd will come in as a true freshman to try and turn the disastrous run game around. He’ll have a decent line to work with, and the offense should improve.

On defense, the corner duo of Israel Mukuamu (three interceptions in the win vs Georgia) and Jaycee Horn (16 PBUs 2018+2019) return after an awesome 2019, but losing Javon Kinlaw from the defensive line hurts a lot. The pass rush is a big worry, and star recruit Jordan Burch will need to step up big early alongside more experienced guys Zacch Pickens and Aaron Sterling. There are just too many holes on this team -between the pass game, the defensive line, and a freshman RB- to have much confidence in this team, but they are young, so it may be a “looking forward to 2021” year for Gamecock fans, whether Muschamp can look forward to then is still up in the air.

6. Missouri

Head Coach: Elijah Drinkwitz
2019 Record: 6-6 (3-5 SEC)
Average Projected 2020 Record: 2.8 wins, 7.2 losses


Sept. 26 Alabama
Oct. 3 at Tennessee
Oct. 10 at LSU
Oct. 17 Vanderbilt
Oct. 24 at Florida
Oct. 31 Kentucky
Nov. 14 Georgia
Nov. 21 at South Carolina
Nov 28 Arkansas
Dec. 5 at Mississippi State

New coach Elijah Drinkwitz arrives in Columbia after leading Appalachian State to a top-25 finish and a Sun Belt title last year. The line, which wasn’t awesome to begin with, is a big problem, with three NFL-drafted players gone. However, Drinkwitz will have a great pair of backs to work with between Larry Rountree III (829 yards, nine touchdowns) and Tyler Badie. The QB situation is a question mark – TCU transfer Shawn Robinson and 2019 backup Taylor Powell will compete for the job – neither inspire much confidence. NFL TE Albert Okwuegbunam and leading receiver Jonathan Nance both depart as well. Virginia Tech transfer WR Damon Hazelton and Rutgers transfer C Michael Maietti are the only bright spots on what will be one of the worst offenses in the power five.

The defense, however, shows some cause for optimism. LB Nick Bolton had an amazing 2019, Bolton was one of the best coverage backs in the country last year. Also returning for Mizzou are S Tyree Gillespie (#2 tackler) and IDL Kobie Whiteside (6.5 sacks), one of the best interior pass-rushers in the conference. Some names do depart, including top corner DeMarkus Acy, LB Cale Garrett, and DT Jordan Elliot. Despite the losses, this defense will be very good, but the offense will drag them down, and this team will fight to stay out of the SEC basement in Drinkwitz’s year one.

7. Vanderbilt

Head Coach: Derek Mason
2019 Record: 3-9 (1-7 SEC)
Average Projected 2020 Record: 0.5 wins, 9.5 losses


Sept. 26 at Texas A&M
Oct. 3 LSU
Oct. 10 South Carolina
Oct. 17 at Missouri
Oct. 31 Ole Miss
Nov. 7 at Mississippi State
Nov. 14 at Kentucky
Nov. 21 Florida
Nov. 28 Tennessee
Dec. 5 at Georgia

Vanderbilt might be the toughest P5 job in the nation, and Derek Mason has done alright for a while, but his tenure with the Commodores may be coming to an end soon. Vandy comes into 2020 as the team most likely to go winless, winning an average of just .5 games over the 9,000 simulations run by the CSD computer model. The top three passers from last year’s team are gone, meaning VU will have to roll with true freshman Mike Wright to lead the attack, and he’ll have to do it without leading receiver Kalija Lipscomb or NFL TE Jared Pinkney. RB Ke’Shawn Vaughn is gone as well, and the offensive line looks bad. This will be the worst offense in the power five and may be the worst in the country.

The defense should be a little better, at least in the pass-rushing department. Dayo Odeyingbo and Andre Mintze are both really good edge rushers, and CB Jaylen Mahoney should improve after a good year as a true freshman. The guy starting across from him, Allan George, is up-and-down but quick and has a lot of potentials. In the toughest conference in the country, it’s going to be tough for this team to win any game, and the most winnable one: Missouri is on the road. This may be an ugly year


1. Alabama

Head Coach: Nick Saban
2019 Record: 11-2 (6-2 SEC)
Average Projected 2020 Record: 8.3 wins, 1.7 losses


Sept. 26 at Missouri
Oct. 3 Texas A&M
Oct. 10 at Ole Miss
Oct. 17 Georgia
Oct. 24 at Tennessee
Oct. 31 Mississippi State
Nov. 14 at LSU
Nov. 21 Kentucky
Nov. 28 Auburn
Dec. 5 at Arkansas

Last year’s Alabama team was a legit national contedner before Tua Tagovailoa started battling injuries midway through the year. If you want proof – four Bama players were taken in their first 15 picks of last year’s draft on offense alone. Somehow, despite that stat, a bevy of NFL talent returns for the Tide. T Alex Leatherwood is a surefire All-American, and RB Najee Harris and WRs DeVonta Smith (1,256 yards, 14 touchdowns) and Jaylen Waddle (17 YPC) are a trio of monsters in the skill corps that will take the pressure off of whoever the QB is – whether 2019 backup Mac Jones (14 touchdowns, three interceptions) or five-star superstar Bryce Young.

On defense, there is talent abound. IDL Christian Barmore was incredible last year and should take a step forward with more playing time this year. The awesome corner duo of Patrick Surtain II and Josh Jobe return, and linebacker Dylan Moses is back after missing last year with an injury. The Bama defense was very young last year and struggled relative to other Bama Ds, but they’ll take a step forward as guys like Shane Lee, Bryon Young, and Christian Harris become more experienced. This could be the best team in the country.

2. Texas A&M

Head Coach: Jimbo Fisher
2019 Record: 8-5 (4-4 SEC)
Average Projected 2020 Record: 7.3 wins, 2.7 losses


Sept. 26 Vanderbilt
Oct. 3 at Alabama
Oct. 10 Florida
Oct. 17 at Mississippi State
Oct. 31 Arkansas
Nov. 7 at South Carolina
Nov. 14 at Tennessee
Nov. 21 Ole Miss
Nov. 28 LSU
Dec. 5 at Auburn

It’s put up or shut up time for Jimbo Fisher in College Station. The Aggies return the most starters of anyone in the division, including star QB Kellen Mond, five starters back on the line, and a bevy of talent in the skill corps. Mond wasn’t entirely consistent last year, but he was saddled with an inexperienced line and should improve this year. Top WR Jhamon Ausborn returns, as does pass-catching threat TE Jalen Wydermyer. Add in star recruit Demond Demas and dual-threat RB Ainias Smith, and this receiving corps is stacked. Alongside Smith in the RB room will be Isaiah Spiller (946 yards, five touchdowns). I’m still a little worried about the line, but this should be an excellent offense.

On defense, almost everyone is back, including 19 of the top 22 tacklers, in a group that could be the most improved in the conference. For context, that’s insane. LB Buddy Johnson will lead the group, he had 77 tackles a year ago, and a deep group of defensive backs all return. This will be a team that contends for the College Football Playoff. Watch out.

3. LSU

Head Coach: Ed Orgeron
2019 Record: 15-0 (8-0 SEC)
Average Projected 2020 Record: 7.1 wins, 2.9 losses


Sept. 26 Mississippi State
Oct. 3 at Vanderbilt
Oct. 10 Missouri
Oct. 17 at Florida
Oct. 24 South Carolina
Oct. 31 at Auburn
Nov. 14 Alabama
Nov. 21 at Arkansas
Nov. 28 at Texas A&M
Dec. 5 Ole Miss

A lot of people called 2019 LSU the best team in college football history. I wouldn’t go nearly that far, but the Tigers were awesome. Now, only eight starters return from that group – and in a year with no nonconference play or spring practice, the Tigers will throw an inexperienced group right into the deep end. On offense, four starters are gone on the line, as are five of the top eight receivers, their #1 rusher, and, of course, Joe Burrow.

QB Myles Brennan has some massive shoes to fill. Burrow had one of the best single-season performances I’ve ever seen. 5,671 yards, 65 total touchdowns, just five interceptions. Wow. Brennan will be a drop off, and only one guy that had significant playing time: Terrace Marshall (671 yards, 13 touchdowns) returns in the receiving corps. Now, the Tigers have recruited well, but every position on offense is essentially an unknown.

On defense, CB Derek Stingley Jr. might be the most important non-QB in the country, and NDSU transfer Jabril Cox is extremely talented, but a lot of talent is gone, most notably S Grant Delpit and CB Kristian Fulton. CB Kary Vincent Jr. was valuable last year against slot receivers and should step into the #2 CB role nicely, and IDL Tyler Shelvin is an excellent name on the inside. I don’t expect as big of a drop-off on thee defense, but the dropoff is still there. This team will be good -maybe top-ten good- but a step back is inevitable with so much talent departing.

4. Auburn

Head Coach: Gus Malzahn
2019 Record: 9-4 (5-3 SEC)
Average Projected 2020 Record: 6.6 wins, 3.4 losses


Sept. 26 Kentucky
Oct. 3 at Georgia
Oct. 10 Arkansas
Oct. 17 at South Carolina
Oct. 24 at Ole Miss
Oct. 31 LSU
Nov. 14 at Mississippi State
Nov. 21 Tennessee
Nov. 28 at Alabama
Dec. 5 Texas A&M

I was never really on the Bo Nix bandwagon, but even I will admit, he was inconsistent (52%), but there were certainly flashes. Nix returns awesome #1 Seth Williams and speedy #2 Anthony Schwartz. The offensive line loses Prince Tega Wanogho but returns the other four starters, and sophomore back DJ Williams is back after a very good year on limited touches. Five-star Cartavious Bigsby could make a day-one impact at halfback as well. The offense should improve, but it still won’t be one of the SEC’s best unless Nix can take a big step forward.

On defense, this team shines. CB Roger McCreary is back after a breakout year, and the awesome LB duo of KJ Britt and Zakoby McClain is the best in the SEC. There is a ton of young talent and depth on this D, and I trust 2019 backups like Caleb Johnson and Christian Tutt to step into big roles, however, the loss of Derrick Brown really hurts a pass rush that already struggled. This team has a high ceiling, but it is still very young, landing the Tigers fourth in their division right now.

5. Ole Miss

Head Coach: Lane Kiffin
2019 Record: 4-8 (2-6 SEC)
Average Projected 2020 Record: 4.3 wins, 5.7 losses


Sept. 26 Florida
Oct. 3 at Kentucky
Oct. 10 Alabama
Oct. 17 at Arkansas
Oct. 24 Auburn
Oct. 31 at Vanderbilt
Nov. 14 South Carolina
Nov. 21 at Texas A&M
Nov. 28 Mississippi State
Dec. 5 at LSU

No non-conference, no spring practice, a new coach, the toughest division in college football but… I like this team a lot. UCF OC Jeff Lebby was a great hire as was head coach Lane Kiffin, and the two will have a lot of talent to work with. Matt Corrall returns after leading the team passing, as does leading rusher and potential starting QB John Rhys Plumlee (1,023 yards, 12 touchdowns, 910 passing yards, four touchdowns). Elijah Moore leads what is a very talented group of receivers, and awesome back Jerrion Ealy returns after averaging over six yards per touch last year. This offense will take a big step forward under Kiffin’s tutlage.

The defense isn’t nearly as exciting, but the freaksihly athletic Sam Williams returns on the edge to lead a group that racked up 33 sacks last year. MLB Lakia Henry (88 stops) returns on the inside, and some JUCO transfers add some depth to this squad. The Rebels should be much improved on both sides of the ball, and in a year with only three power conferences, they are probably a top 25 team.

6. Mississippi State

Head Coach: Mike Leach
2019 Record: 6-7 (3-5 SEC)
Average Projected 2020 Record: 3.3 wins, 6.7 losses


Sept. 26 at LSU
Oct. 3 Arkansas
Oct. 10 at Kentucky
Oct. 17 Texas A&M
Oct. 31 at Alabama
Nov. 7 Vanderbilt
Nov. 14 Auburn
Nov. 21 at Georgia
Nov. 28 at Ole Miss
Dec. 5 Missouri

The always intriguing Mike Leach, who helped turn Washington State from the Kansas of the West to a legit power, takes over in Stark Vegas, however, without spring practices, its unknown how much of a scheme change the Bulldogs will really undergo. Stanford transfer KJ Costello is someone that can air it out and should rack up a ton of yards as the #1 option at QB. RB Kylin Hill decided not to move on to the NFL and should contend for All-SEC status after 1,350 yards and ten touchdowns last year. This offense will probably be the best Bulldog attack since the Dak Prescott era.

On defense, however, this team will really struggle after having the best D in the country just two short years ago. CB Tyler Williams and S Marcus Murphy lead a secondary that significantly lacks depth. LB Erroll Thompson should captain the group, but defenses were never Leach’s speciality at Wazzu. This group should improve as well, but is still fairly young. An SEC-only schedule will mean the wins will see a significant dropoff, but this team should be on level with 2019 despite the turnover.

7. Arkansas

Head Coach: Sam Pittman
2019 Record: 2-10 (0-8 SEC)
Average Projected 2020 Record: 0.7 wins, 9.3 losses


Sept. 26 Georgia
Oct. 3 at Mississippi State
Oct. 10 at Auburn
Oct. 17 Ole Miss
Oct. 31 at Texas A&M
Nov. 7 Tennessee
Nov. 14 at Florida
Nov. 21 LSU
Nov. 28 Missouri
Dec. 5 at Alabama

Arkansas faces the self-proclaimed “toughest scheule in college football history” this year, and honestly… I can’t argue. It is ROUGH. And a win will be hard to find, but I do see this team improving a little. Kendal Briles comes in to improve an offense that really struggled last year, and in comes Florida transfer QB Feleipe Franks, a dual-threat that was a little underrated in his time with the Gators. RB Rakeem Boyd is back after rushing for over 1,100 yards last year, and the top seven wide receivers return along with stud TE Hudson Henry. The offensive line, new coach Sam Pittman’s speciality, should also be good, and I expect massive improvement from the offense.

As bad as the offense was, the defense was worse, but again, Pittman made an excellent coordinator hire – this time former Missouri HC Barry Odom. Leading tackle De’Jon departs, but almost everyone else is back, including #2 tackler Bumper Pool who should have no trouble leading the group. Senior Hayden Henry has been solid over his career, and a pair of transfers from Oklahoma and Clemson add in some raw talent for Odom to work with on the ends. Jonathan Marshall is a good pass-rusher on the interior. The secondary will be very young, and is my biggest concern on the team; there are no real proven commodities in the back four. I think Arkansas should improve a lot on the field, but against what may truly be the toughest schedule in college football history, even getting one win may be tough, but I think they’ll get there.

SEC Title Game Pick: Alabama over Georgia

All-SEC Team

QB – Kyle Trask, Florida
RB – Najee Harris, Alabama
RB – Kylin Hill, Mississippi State
WR – DeVonta Smith, Alabama
WR – Jaylen Wadle, Alabama
TE – Kyle Pitts, Florida
C – Drake Jackson, Kentucky
OL – Alex Leatherwood, Alabama
OL – Trey Smith, Tennessee
OL – Ben Cleveland, Georgia
OL – Landon Dickerson, Alabama

DL – Big Kat Bryant, Auburn
DL – Jordan Davis, Georgia
DL – Christian Barmore, Alabama
DL – Tyer Shelvin, LSU
LB – KJ Britt, Auburn
LB – Dylan Moses, Alabama
LB – Nick Bolton, Missouri
DB – Derek Stingley Jr., LSU
DB – Patrick Surtain II, Alabama
DB – Richard Lecounte, Georgia
DB – Kaiir Elam, Florida

Most Appearances By Team:

Alabama – 8
Georgia – 3
Florida – 3
LSU – 2
Auburn – 2
Kentucky – 1
Tennessee – 1
Mississippi State – 1
Missouri – 1

Offensive Player of the Year: RB Najee Harris, Alabama
Defensive Player of the Year: CB Derek Stingley, LSU
Coach of the Year: Dan Mullen, Florida
Freshman of the Year: RB MarShawn Lloyd, South Carolina
Game of the Year: Florida vs Georgia (November 7)

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