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2021 Expected Win Total Machine – Tennessee

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Isaac Bishop
Isaac Bishop
8 days ago

Preseason: 6.6

at Bowling Green: 99%

vs Pittsburgh: 60%

vs Tennessee Tech: 99%

at Florida: 20%

at Missouri: 40%

vs South Carolina: 60%

vs Mississippi: 40%

at Alabama: 5%

at Kentucky: 30%

vs Georgia: 20%

vs South Alabama: 99%

vs Vanderbilt: 90%

I probably should slide Pitt and SC to 50% and Ole Miss to 30%, but I went with my optimistic side.

SpeedyWillie
SpeedyWillie
3 days ago

Preseason: 5.9

at Bowling Green: 75%

vs Pittsburgh: 75%

vs Tennessee Tech: 99%

at Florida: 5%

at Missouri: 30%

vs South Carolina: 50%

vs Mississippi: 40%

at Alabama: 5%

at Kentucky: 20%

vs Georgia: 25%

vs South Alabama: 99%

vs Vanderbilt: 70%

SpeedyWillie
SpeedyWillie
3 days ago
Reply to  SpeedyWillie

Maybe Bowling Green should be higher, but first game with a new coach and system…you never know…

HT
HT
2 days ago

Preseason: 5.0: at Bowling Green: 80% (who the heck knows about either team?) vs Pittsburgh: 40% vs Tennessee Tech: 80% (this might deserve to be higher but again, who the heck knows?) at Florida: 5% at Missouri: 30% vs South Carolina: 50% (feels like a true toss-up) vs Mississippi: 15% at Alabama: 1% (pretty sure this is the first time in all my years of using the Expected Win Total Machine that I received the “This is a required field” warning because I truly believe – for the first time ever – that we have absolutely no chance of beating… Read more »

HT
HT
16 hours ago

Too high? You don’t think we have a 1-in-3 chance of beating Bama? 😀

Jayyyy
Jayyyy
1 day ago

Your expected win total is 6.3.
Your details:

at Bowling Green: 90%

vs Pittsburgh: 50%

vs Tennessee Tech: 99%

at Florida: 15%

at Missouri: 45%

vs South Carolina: 60%

vs Mississippi: 25%

at Alabama: 10%

at Kentucky: 40%

vs Georgia: 15%

vs South Alabama: 97%

vs Vanderbilt: 80%