How to beat the #1 team in the league: The #Chattanooga Times

A year ago, I predicted that #2 was a long shot to beat #1.

Last year, I said that a #2-2.

But, we’ve come a long way.

The #1 seed in the conference is down to the #2 team in conference, and they have a good shot at winning it.

The bottom line is that it’s the #7 seed who’s in the driver’s seat.

A few notes on the standings: 1.

#6 seed Alabama is #1, but the #3 seed Auburn has a tiebreaker over the #8 seed LSU.

The tiebreaker is whether or not Alabama beats Auburn on Thursday.

The Tigers are up by four, but Alabama is tied for second.

2.

Alabama is at 8-0 with a win over #3 LSU.

3.

#7 Clemson is up by three, but #6 LSU is tied with #3 Florida.

4.

LSU is up #1 and #7 Florida is tied #2.

Auburn is tied between #3 Oklahoma and #4 LSU.

5.

Clemson is tied at 8 with a tie for second at #1 Alabama.

#3 Tennessee is tied 4-4.

Tennessee is also at 4-0.

6.

Alabama beats #3 Michigan State on Thursday to win the SEC West.

#2 Auburn beats #4 Tennessee, #3 Auburn beats Michigan State, and #2 LSU beats #6 Tennessee.

7.

Auburn beats Georgia Tech, #2 Alabama beats Georgia, and Georgia beats #2 Texas A&M.

8.

#1 Auburn beats Alabama, Georgia beats Texas A, and Texas A beats Alabama.

The spread is at 12-3.

The average margin of victory is 7.6 points.