Dec 3, 2011; Atlanta, GA, USA; Detail view of the SEC logo before the 2011 SEC championship game between the LSU Tigers and the Georgia Bulldogs at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

SEC Football 2013 Strength of Schedule

The Southeastern conference is undoubtedly the best college football conference in the land, so they demand a lot of attention. Each and every year it is an SEC team that is playing for the national championship and there is no reason to believe this season will be any different after looking at the team’s strength of schedule.

Alabama, the two-time defending national champion, has the easiest schedule in the conference which should set them up for another great record and national title berth. In fact, the Crimson Tide are the only team that has an opponent win percentage of less than fifty percent. Of course, they have to play the games first.

Another team with a lot of hype, Ole Miss, has one of the easiest schedules in the conference along with the Georgia Bulldogs and Texas A&M Aggies.

It looks like another great year of SEC play is ready and we will all receive the benefits.

Here is the 2013 strength of schedule for every SEC team:

Team

Opp. Win %

Opp. Won-Loss

Kentucky

0.673

103-50

Arkansas

0.647

99-54

Missouri

0.631

96-56

Florida

0.623

96-58

Miss State

0.609

86-55

S. Carolina

0.607

93-60

LSU

0.603

93-61

Tennessee

0.581

89-64

Auburn

0.572

87-65

Georgia

0.569

86-65

Texas A&M

0.561

87-68

Ole Miss

0.54

81-69

Vanderbilt

0.503

75-74

Alabama

0.461

66-77

Will Alabama be able to take advantage of their weak schedule and make it to another national championship game? Let us know your thoughts on all of the strengths of schedule by sounding off in the comments section.

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