We're halfway through bowl season, but the SEC - which has 10 teams that qualified for the postseason - has yet to play a contest. That changes tonight when LSU takes on Texas Tech in the Texas Bowl. The Tigers, according to ESPN's FPI, have a 70% chance to win.
In fact, according to EPSN's FPI, all 10 Southeastern Conference squads have a higher than 50% chance to win.
Tuesday, the SEC Network tweeted out a graphic that shows the percentage chances for each SEC team. Surprisingly, both Florida (vs. Michigan) and Texas A&M (vs. Louisville) are favored despite issues at the quarterback position.
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To be clear, ESPN's FPI is not Las Vegas odds. And obviously, the SEC won't go undefeated this bowl season. But it's an interesting graphic, to say the least.