SEC East standings
1. Florida 7-1
2. Georgia 6-1
3. South Carolina 5-2
4. Vanderbilt 2-3
5. Missouri 1-4
6. Tennessee 0-5
7. Kentucky 0-6
Georgia - Georgia can clinch the East by beating Ole Miss and Auburn. Georgia can also clinch the East with a loss to Ole Miss or Auburn if Missouri beats Florida and Arkansas beats South Carolina.
Florida - Florida can win the SEC East with a win over Missouri and a Georgia loss to Ole Miss or Auburn. They could also clinch the East with a loss to Missouri if Georgia loses to Ole Miss and Auburn.
South Carolina - South Carolina can only win the East if they beat Arkansas, Missouri beats Florida, and Georgia loses to Ole Miss or Auburn.
That would set up a three-way tie with 6-2 records. Florida would be eliminated based on two division losses to Georgia and Missouri. South Carolina and Georgia would each have one division loss. South Carolina would then win the head-to-head over Georgia based on its 35-7 win over Georgia earlier this season.
SEC East scenarios
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