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2022 SEC Championship Odds: Can Alabama Repeat?

Jason Radowitz looks at the 2022 SEC Championship odds. Will Alabama repeat again in 2022?
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2022 SEC Championship Odds: Can Alabama Repeat?

The SEC seems to be wide open this season. In the middle of the conference, there are so many .500 teams that have wins against really good teams and losses against really bad teams in the conference.

If there's any conference that will play out unexpectedly the most, it's this one. Kentucky is the clear-cut favorite in this league, but the Wildcats have been vulnerable at times.

Here are the SEC Championship odds and a couple of best bets before Thursday's games.

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SEC Championship Odds

  • Kentucky +215
  • Auburn +275
  • Tennessee +375
  • Arkansas +700
  • LSU +700
  • Alabama +1600
  • Texas A&M +3300
  • Florida +4000
  • Mississippi State +5000
  • Vanderbilt +10000
  • South Carolina +12500
  • Missouri +20000

Favorite: Kentucky +215 (Bet $100 to win $215)

The Kentucky Wildcats went 14-4 in conference play during the regular season. Its four losses all came on the road, against LSU, Auburn, Tennessee, and Arkansas.

Of course, Kentucky won't have any more home games. In the SEC, the games are being played at Amalie Arena in Tampa Bay, FL. Kentucky has escaped many games that should've easily been won this season.

But the reality is, Kentucky is the best offense in the SEC and has been great on the defensive end. Kentucky can offensive rebound at a high rate and can defend the three at a high rate. The Wildcats are the favorites for a reason and I'd rather pick them against a team like Auburn that usually looks completely lost on the road.

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Long Shot: Alabama +1600 (Bet $100 to win $1600)

The Alabama Crimson Tide won the SEC last year. The offense is still elite, despite not shooting the ball as effectively as last season. From three, Alabama is shooting just 31.1 percent but from inside, Alabama dominates, hitting 56.5 percent of shots.

If Alabama can adjust and take more shots inside, the shots from three-point land will open up and more shots will then fall from three. Alabama has a bad three-point shooting percentage but at the end of the day, this team can shoot it lights out at any given time.

Alabama gave Kentucky a run for its money in their last showdown and if the matchup happens again, Alabama can be that team to stun Kentucky. At +1600, I'll take the reigning champs.

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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