SEC Championship Odds


(The Spread) – The SEC Conference is pretty much a two-horse race this season. Here is a look at the odds to win the conference championship this season.

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According to oddsmakers from, Kentucky is the favorite to win the SEC, as the Wildcats have odds of 1/1 to win. Other short odds to win are Florida (5/2) and Alabama (5/1).

Kentucky is currently unranked as it is off to a 6-3 start. The Wildcats have lost to Duke, Notre Dame and Baylor. The Wildcats only win of note so far is Maryland. Kentucky will still meet up with Louisville before starting SEC play. Kentucky is scoring 77 points per game while allowing 63.1 points per contest.

Florida is No. 5 in the AP rankings and currently 7-0 on the season. The Gators own a win over Wisconsin, Marquette and Florida State this season. Florida will still meet up with Arizona and Kansas State before SEC play. Florida is averaging 73.6 points per game while allowing only 48.3 points per contest.

Alabama is unranked and 6-2 on the season. The Crimson Tide have lost back-to-back games to Cincinnati and Dayton. The Crimson Tide have beaten Oregon State and Villanova this season. Bama will still meet Texas Tech prior to starting SEC play. The Crimson Tide are scoring 69.5 points per game while allowing 58.1 points per game.

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For the odds for each team to win the 2013 SEC Regular Season Championship see below.

2013 SEC Odds To Win

Kentucky 1/1

Florida 5/2

Alabama 5/1

Missouri 8/1

Tennessee 10/1

LSU 12/1

Mississippi 15/1

Texas A&M 15/1

Arkansas 18/1

South Carolina 25/1

Georgia 25/1

Mississippi State 40/1

Vanderbilt 50/1

Auburn 50/1

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