Goldkamp posted this on 247.
Only two ways Florida can get to Atlanta right now after South Carolina's win over Missouri, which keeps the faint hopes alive for the Gators.
1) Win out, coupled with any two Missouri SEC losses. Florida would finish 6-2 in the SEC, Missouri would finish 5-3.
2) Lose one SEC game, coupled with Missouri losses to Kentucky and Tennessee AND Tennessee winning out. This would give Florida a 5-3 conference record, with a 4-2 record against the SEC East. Missouri would have a 5-3 conference record with a 3-3 record against the SEC East. Tennessee would have a 5-3 conference record with a 4-2 record against the SEC East. First three-way tiebreaker is combined head-to-head records of the three teams (all would be 1-1 against each other). Second three-way tiebreaker would be division record, which would eliminate Missouri. Then the tiebreaker goes to normal two-team tiebreaker rules and Florida would advance with a head-to-head win over Tennessee.
Beat UGA, Vandy, and South Carolina.
Tall order, but if UF can get their shite together...
Big IF though