NCAA Football Conference Odds and Preview: The SEC

NCAA Football SEC Conference OddsPrice per head providers has listed all of the NCAA Conference Odds, and we’re breaking down each and every one of them. Today we look at the SEC:

Alabama Roll Tide lead the group with 5 to 2 odds and the team has already had commitments from a couple of players; Eddy Pineiro of North Miami Beach, FL tweeted his commitment back on the 11th of June, while in May lineman Kendell Jones of Killeen, Texas gave his nod, passing up offers from Texas, Oklahoma, Michigan and LSU to name a few.

The Auburn Tigers have already grabbed star quarterback Woody Barrett of Orlando, FL. West. Orange, wide receiver Eli Stove, fullback Malik Miller, cornerback JaMarcus King and offensive tackle Calvin Ashley.

Georgia Bulldogs scored quarterback Bailey Hockman of McEachern High School in Powder Springs, GA, and defensive tackle Julian Rochester. Unfortunately, running back B.J. Emmons has de-committed. A surprise lays among the Georgia recruits, with Nick Moore being released from the Boston Red Sox, and now the 22 year old is a college football hopeful again and a big plus at price per head providers.

LSU Tigers have already heard a yes from defensive end Rahssan Thornton and safety Eric Monroe. In fact, as of 3 days ago, LSU had 17 commitments; 9 from Louisiana, 2 from Florida, 1 from Alabama, and Texas seems to be the state they plan on reaping more from with Monroe hailing from Houston and Thornton from Killeen.

Ole Miss may be 5th on the price per head providers’ odds, but are certainly not far from the top of the list at 8 to 1 odds. So far the team has landed linebacker Tariqious Tisdale of Tennessee, and are actively gunning for safety Josh Perry of Amite, Louisiana.

There are still a few recruits that will be checking out the schools over the next few weeks, so stay tuned for any new updates for the teams.

SEC CONFERENCE ODDS:

Alabama 5-2
Auburn 15-4
Georgia 5-1
LSU 8-1
Ole Miss 8-1
Tennessee 8-1
Arkansas 10-1
Missouri 12-1
Miss. St. 12-1
Texas A&M 15-1
Florida 18-1
S. Carolina 25-1
Kentucky 75-1
Vanderbilt 100-1