Should we wait to see what the schedule is before making winners and losers of the SEC going to a 10 game, conference only format? That would be responsible, but possibly not as much fun. All predictions here are made in jest, but really, I think they may be the additions to schedules. It's August, its time for football. WinnersFSU, Louisville, and Georgia Tech- These schools all now have the benefit of not being waxed by their rivals this year and that may have some help in recruiting. FSU and Louisville would have also been waxed at home. So there's that. Oh and FSU avoids a potential 0-4 non-conference schedule. Remember, it was less than 2 years ago that Samford lead them with less than 5:00 to go.Georgia- Let's be real, there is near no way they don't end up with Arky/Ole Miss, that's better for them than Virginia.Tennessee- Somehow, no matter what, they win here. They've got their inexplicable win against the West (see Auburn 2018) possibly doubled. They lose Oklahoma, Troy, and the Furman University Christian Knights, all teams that I'm sure would have BYU/Georgia State like powers.Vandy/Arky- Well, if you're going to do absolutely nothing worth anything, at least have a built in excuse of no non-conference games.LSU- You don't have to lose at home at night to Texas early in the year and now you add Mizzou and Tennessee. LosersClemson- When you play in the ACC, getting to run a train on the in-state rival and feeling like your that superior to the SEC, it must hurt to have that taken away.Bama- Well, instead of facing incompetent cupcakes from the East like they have since 2010, they now actually will face two quality opponents...and somehow get Vandy.aTm- Your SEC East opponents were Muschamp and Vandy, a nothing OOC schedule, and now you're getting Florida and Kentucky (you heard it here first).Muschamp- See Vandy/Arky, except now your don't have a few padded wins for some moron AD to keep you even longer than necessary. On the bright side, Carolina may not have enough money to buy you out after this season.Florida- We had no better schedule set up than 2020. More detail later, but with a great majority of teams breaking in new QB's, LSU replacing a whole lot including both OC/DC (especially considering the one year impact of Brady), etc., now probably getting hit with aTm and Bama (probably somehow both in the two weeks before Jax), it doesn't help. No, I don't fear competition, but even in the best UF years, we somehow get hit with a murderer's row that drops a game or two. Alright, what is your way too early predictions? LSU goes 5-5 as coordinators no longer save Coach O aka Larry Coker? Does Bama take all-comers? Does Gary Danielson pitch a 4 loss Bama for the playoff? Does Auburn even matter? Does Tennessee win the majority of the back half of their schedule again? Who wins more games Arky/Vandy/Carolina combined or Florida? Does Muschamp win a game? How many grad assistants does he hit? Will he ever apologize for his poor teams? Will Dooley ever admit he is to blame for his teams failures? Am I asking too many questions? Is Mizzou even in the SEC? Seriously, is there an SEC team anyone cares less about? At least other teams are fun to hate. Will the SEC try to pull an NBA/MLS/MLB and have a political stunt before a game only to see it backfire horribly because that is the type of thing that your fanbase doesn't put up with on the great majority? Are you thinking of adding the WNBA to that last question? If you are, also explain how their attendance actually has arisen in the Disney bubble. Back to important things, does Kentucky continue to rise, with #FailState and Auburn already, could the road get easier? And will Crucial's "Polo" ever be the hit it was destined to be?