SEC Media Days 2014: Hits and Misses from Media's 2014 Preseason Predictions

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SEC Media Days 2014: Hits and Misses from Media's 2014 Preseason Predictions
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The All-SEC first, second and third teams, as voted by those who cover the conference, were released on the final morning of SEC Media Days. Also released was the projected order of finish for each of the divisions and the league as a whole.

Alabama was voted the preseason favorite to win the conference, although that title has been a bit inauspicious. Per Jon Solomon of CBSSports.com, the media is 4-of-22 trying to pick the correct champion and 0-of-5 picking Alabama as said champion.

The Tide also led with eight players elected to one of the all-conference teams, including seven who appeared on the first team. Even after losing so much talent, this team knows how to reload.

But what else did the record 293 voters decide on? Where did they err, and where did they hit the nail right on the head?

Here is a quick recap.

 

Note: All recruiting info refers to the 247Sports Composite Rankings.

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