Predicting whether every SEC team goes over or under their 2024 preseason win totals

Making some educated guesses as to which SEC teams will live up to expectations, and which will disappoint in 2024.

Jul 10, 2017; Hoover, AL, USA; The Southeastern Conference logo is shown on the Hyatt Regency
Jul 10, 2017; Hoover, AL, USA; The Southeastern Conference logo is shown on the Hyatt Regency / Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports
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SEC win projections — Georgia: 10.5

Advanced stats here in the preseason have the Bulldogs as far and away the best team in the country. There’s great reason for that, with all the talent they return. Brock Bowers will hurt, as he was the top receiving option, but Dawg fans hope that they can approximate his production elsewhere.

With the SEC doing away with their east and west divisions, this will be the toughest regular season schedule the Dawgs have faced in quite some time. Clemson in the non-conference could pose an early-season test. Visits to Tuscaloosa, Austin, and Oxford are all on the docket as well. 

Of course, now-Saban-less Bama poses less of a challenge than we thought only months ago, and they get Texas the week after the Red River Rivalry game. I’m still not high on the ability of Kiffin’s system to operate well against Smart’s defense, either. Somewhere along the way, the Dawgs may trip up, but I don’t see it happening more than once. Give me the OVER for them.