SEC East standings
Florida - 6-0
Georgia - 4-1
South Carolina - 4-2
Vanderbilt - 2-3
Tennessee - 0-4
Kentucky - 0-5
Missouri - 0-4
Florida - Florida will clinch the SEC East with a win over Georgia. They would clinch the SEC East with a win over Missouri and Georgia loss to Kentucky, Auburn, or Ole Miss.
Georgia - Georgia will clinch the East if they win out. They would be eliminated with a loss to Florida.
South Carolina - South Carolina must win out, Georgia and Missouri must both beat Florida, and Georgia must lose to Kentucky, Auburn, or Ole Miss. That would create a three-way tie for first in the East. Florida would be eliminated by virtue of losing two games against East opponents, and South Carolina would win the head-to-head over Georgia by virtue of their 35-7 win.
If Florida wins either of their remaining games, South Carolina is eliminated. If Georgia wins their remaining games, South Carolina is eliminated. If Georgia beats Florida, but loses more than one of their remaining games, South Carolina would be eliminated.
SEC East scenarios
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