College Football 2011: Predicting the Winner of Every SEC Non-Conference Game

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College Football 2011: Predicting the Winner of Every SEC Non-Conference Game
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One of the only ways to determine what conference has a leg up on any other conference is to compare head-to-head games. Unfortunately in college football, non-conference games don't occur as often as they do in other sports.

The SEC, like most other conferences, has four weeks available each season for non-conference games. The SEC fills those weeks with opponents from around the nation, but the trend as of late has been to “pad” the schedule, so to speak, with less-than-quality opponents.

While there are some meaningful games on the SEC's non-conference schedule in 2011, those games are the exception, not the rule.

Still, there's lots of football to be played. Here, we'll take a look at the SEC's non-conference lineup and predict a winner in each game.

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