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A 6-way tie is possible in the SEC, and the worst team could win that scenario

This would be the worst.

When you think of powerhouses in the SEC East you generally think Georgia, Florida and Tennessee. Never South Carolina, Vanderbilt or Kentucky. Well, reality and the division that is the SEC East might get warped and folded into itself like a panel right out of a Doctor Strange comic.

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Well, there's one way all of these schools could end up being the SEC East champion and that would just confirm what everyone already knows. The SEC East is probably the worst Power Five division in the country. Here's exactly what would need to happen for a six-way tie:

So not only would the three traditional powerhouses lose out on another road trip to Atlanta, but the lowly Gamecocks led by coach Will Muschamp —- the much maligned former coach at Florida —- could get there in his first year in Columbia. Just let that sink in.