Few divisions in major college football are as up for grabs as the SEC East.
That's even more true following an opening week that included several key injuries within the division, some shaky performances and a sample size that included three of the top contenders taking on Power-5 programs.
But there are asterisks to include with several of the Week 1 performances.
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Florida's rash of suspensions played a huge part in its loss to Michigan in Dallas. Tennessee looked lethargic for much of its opener in Atlanta against Georgia Tech, but did storm back for an overtime win.
How much, however, can be learned about a team when facing an option attack that won't show up on the schedule again?
Georgia will be without starting quarterback Jacob Eason as he battles a knee injury that will keep him out indefinitely. The Vols, meanwhile, lost top receiver Jauan Jennings for a significant amount of time, thinning out an already unproven position group.
With an eventful Week 1 of SEC action in the books, market-setting sportsbook BookMaker.eu revealed updated SEC East odds on Wednesday, and despite the lackluster performance against Michigan, Florida, even with lingering questions at quarterback, remains the team to beat:
Updated SEC East title odds:
Florida -125 (Wager $125 to gain $100)
Georgia +150 (Wager $100 to gain $150)
South Carolina +2500
The pick: Even with injuries and other question marks, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee remain the three most talented teams in the division, and the division winner most likely will come from that trio.
But with these odds, it's tough to ignore South Carolina at +2500 -- the equivalent of being a 25/1 long shot. The Gamecocks had arguably the strongest performance in the East this weekend with a neutral-site win over NC State, a popular sleeper pick in the ACC this season.
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The Gamecocks have a talented young quarterback in Jake Bentley, a nice No. 1 option at receiver in Deebo Samuel, and a defense that should at least be able to match up with opposing offenses in this division.
South Carolina's crossover schedule against the SEC West also features managaeable matchups against Texas A&M and Arkansas. Don't pencil the Gamecocks in for Atlanta yet, but don't ignore them with those odds either.
SEC East Week 2 schedule:
South Carolina (-2.5) at Missouri
Georgia at Notre Dame (-4)
Florida vs. N. Colorado (OFF)
Tennessee vs. Indiana State (OFF)
Kentucky vs. EKU (OFF)
Vanderbilt vs. Alabama A&M (OFF)