Spring Game Recaps + Making Sense of ESPN's Projected Win Totals in the SEC


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Three SEC programs capped off the preseason with spring games this past weekend. Barrett Sallee visits all three to see what, if anything can be learned from those performances, and welcomes Peter Burns of the SEC Network to give his thoughts on some of his March destinations. Barrett then turns his attention to ESPN's recently released projected win totals for the SEC, and helps you make sense of the mysterious stat known as FPI.

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