Poll: SEC team most likely to lose in bowl

December, 26, 2012
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All nine SEC teams are favored in their bowl games.

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Which SEC team is most likely to lose during the bowl season?

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    9%
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    10%
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    10%
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    50%
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    21%

Discuss (Total votes: 12,752)

The most prohibitive favorite is Florida by two touchdowns over Louisville in the Allstate Sugar Bowl.

The SEC was 5-2 last season in bowl games, and one of those losses was LSU falling to Alabama in the BCS National Championship Game. In 2010, the SEC was 5-5 and 6-4 the year before that.

Which of the nine SEC teams has the toughest test during this bowl season and is the most likely to lose?

We'll let you make that call in our SportsNation poll.

The last time the SEC went unbeaten in bowl games was 1996 when all five teams won, including Florida over Florida State in the Sugar Bowl to win the national championship.

The last time the SEC had a losing record in bowl games was 2002 when the league finished 3-4.

So go ahead and cast your votes, and we'll review the results later this week and see what kind of prognosticators you are.

Chris Low | email

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