Preseason SEC Football Media Poll announced

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The annual Preseason SEC Football Media Poll, as well as the preseason All-SEC team, was announced early on Friday morning.

Alabama led the way with 16 representatives on the Preseason All-SEC Team, including eight on the first team – six on defense. Georgia and Auburn had 10 members selected to the Preseason All-SEC Team, while Texas A&M had seven.

Eight times since 1992 has the predicted champion prior to the season proceeded to win the SEC Championship Game.

Let’s take a look at the standings as projected by the media.

7. Vanderbilt (East)

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Vanderbilt received no first-place votes in the eastern division of the SEC.

6. South Carolina (East)

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South Carolina received one first-place vote in the eastern division of the SEC.

5. Tennessee (East)

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Tennessee received no first-place votes in the eastern division of the SEC.

4. Missouri (East)

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Missouri received no first-place votes in the eastern division of the SEC.

3. Kentucky (East)

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Kentucky received two first-place votes in the eastern division of the SEC.

2. Florida (East)

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Florida received seven first-place votes in the eastern division of the SEC.

1. Georgia (East)

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Georgia received 124 first-place votes in the eastern division of the SEC.

7. Mississippi State (West)

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Mississippi State received no first-place votes in the western division of the SEC.

6. Arkansas (West)

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Arkansas received one first-place vote in the western division of the SEC.

5. Auburn (West)

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Somehow, Auburn received no first-place votes in the western division of the SEC and Arkansas did. These are wild times.

4. Ole Miss (West)

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Ole Miss received one first-place vote in the western division of the SEC.

3. LSU (West)

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LSU received one first-place vote in the western division of the SEC.

2. Texas A&M (West)

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Texas A&M received one first-place vote in the western division of the SEC.

1. Alabama (West)

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Alabama received 130 first-place votes in the western division of the SEC.

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