The SEC schedule is littered with potential trap games, and no team is exempt. Whether its schedule is lauded for its quality (Auburn) or ribbed for its lack thereof (Alabama), there are land-mines looming that could blow the season to pieces.
This is not an uncommon occurrence in any of the power-five conferences: Trap games are the main reason so few teams go undefeated, and their presence is one of the many things that give college football the best regular season in sports.
So many games are losable, but every loss matters so much.
But who might be this year's South Carolina: the team who gets caught looking ahead and pays the ultimate price because of it?
Based largely on the schedule—i.e., whom the team in question plays before and after a certain game—but also on the quality of opponent, we went searching for each SEC team's most likely trap situation.
Sound off below and let me know where you disagree.