Who has the best offense in the East? Cole Cubelic has an idea

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The SEC East is wide open in 2017.

Florida is the reigning champions of the division looking for a three-peat – but will it reach Atlanta again with its offense?

Georgia returns the most dynamic backfield in the conference and many have the Bulldogs as the favorite to win the SEC East based on that factor alone.

South Carolina, Kentucky, Missouri and Vanderbilt all look to take the next step in competing for the division championship.

Then there’s Tennessee. Which direction will the Volunteers take offensively in Butch Jones’ fifth season on Rocky Top?

Team
2016 points per game
Tennessee
36.4
Missouri
31.4
Kentucky
30.0
Georgia
24.5
Florida
23.9
Vanderbilt
23.0
South Carolina
20.8

With so many variables that can determine the SEC East champion this season – what is the makeup offensively of each team heading into fall camp?

SEC Network analyst and former Auburn offensive lineman Cole Cubelic previewed the division from an offensive standpoint with Saturday Down South.

Florida

Redshirt junior Luke Del Rio missed spring practices as he is recovering from shoulder surgery. Redshirt freshman Feleipe Franks took advantage in spring practices with the increased reps and enters fall camp as the favorite. Four starters return up front on the offensive line.

Did you know: The past three East champions all failed to average more than 28 points per game. The previous seven East champs averaged at least 30 points per game.

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