Over a week ago, I created an interactive article to poll who fellow members thought would place one through six in the SEC East. I, along with 12 other B/R members, voiced an opinion on which team we thought would be the eventual SEC East Champion, finish second, and so on. For example, I picked:
3) South Carolina
Therefore, Georgia received six points, Florida five, South Carolina four, Tennessee three, Kentucky two, and Vanderbilt one. I used that format for everyone's votes and tallied up the total. Here are the results:
1) Georgia 70 points (7)
2) Florida 69 pts (5)
3) Tennessee 49 pts (1)
4) South Carolina 46 pts
5) Kentucky 24 pts
6) Vanderbilt 15 pts
Summary: Georgia beat out Florida with one point for the #1 spot. Georgia got the majority of the 13 votes with seven #1 votes. Florida came in at a close second with 69 votes and five out of the total thirteen #1 votes. Tennessee edged out South Carolina, however South Carolina had more #3 votes than Tennessee with seven, but with a #1 vote for Tennessee, they were able to jump SC. Kentucky and Vanderbilt was almost the unanimous #5 and #6 pick, with Kentucky getting 11 out of 13 #5 votes and Vanderbilt getting 11 out of 13 #6 votes.
This poll can be somewhat biased, but it proves it does give a general idea of what the public thinks of the SEC East this year.
Thanks and God Bless!
Writers/Fans participating in this poll include: Derek Stephens, James Gray, James Doker, Darth Dawg, Michael Shibley, Justin Goar, Thomas Goldkamp, Jimson Cuenta, Quantumt, Mark Rupert, Will Shelton, McLeod Neale, and Chad Haynie.
Derek Stephens is the Ole Miss Community Leader for BleacherReport.com.