This page will serve as a one-stop shop for 2021 SEC odds. Included is where you can bet on SEC football this season, a 2020 recap, and 2021 outlook.
Every National Championship game since 2015 has featured at least one SEC team, with the Alabama Crimson Tide being that representative five of the last six years. To say the conference has been the standard would be an understatement, despite loud opposition from Big Ten faithful. This page will serve as a one-stop shop guide for betting the SEC in 2021, complete with 2020’s results, a lookahead to 2021, past conference champions, and where to bet on college football conference champions.
A word of advice before diving headlong: shop around. Just because BetMGM offers Georgia (+210), doesn’t mean every outlet does; just a couple minutes of searching could prove to be beneficial come payout time. With that said, let’s take a look at the 2021-22 SEC football season.
SEC football odds 2021
2021 SEC outlook and projections
Here is the implied order of finish based on preseason win totals and SEC odds found at DraftKings Sportsbook:
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Best SEC betting sites
SEC results 2020
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Past conference champions
*Indicates National Champion
How to bet on conference winners
To reiterate advice given here, shop around before diving headlong into the first bet you see; different outlets offer different odds. Just a minute or two of your time could result in some more money coming your way.
Sites like FanDuel, DraftKings, and FoxBet offer ample ways to bet on college football conference winners– odds that will change drastically as the season progresses. It’s important to keep an eye on trends and be aware of players who may be inactive due to COVID-19. However, we don’t expect 2021 to look anything like 2020.