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Florida picked to finish first in SEC East

Blogging live from SEC media days...

HOOVER, Ala. -- Despite only returning two players on defense, starting a sophomore quarterback and competing with just 10 seniors and 10 juniors, Florida was picked by sports writers to win the SEC East here at the SEC media days. LSU was picked to win the SEC. I didn't vote in this poll. I don't feel like I know enough about the conference yet to make an informed opinion. Also, I don't take myself that seriously...as I you might already know. Just a couple questions before I type out the poll. No.1 Who the heck picked South Carolina to win the SEC East and Alabama to win the West?

SEC champion: LSU (54), Florida (7), Arkansas (5), Auburn (4), Alabama (3), South Carolina (3), Tennessee (2), Georgia (2)

Eastern Division: Florida (41), Tennessee (16), Georgia (12), South Carolina (11), Kentucky, Vanderbilt

Western Division: LSU (63), Auburn (5), Arkansas (5), Alabama (7), Ole Miss, Mississippi State

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