Regardless of Kentucky's final game or bowl, I missed on them, bad.
Auburn did about what I thought they would do, first because Auburn + preseason expectations = disaster. Been true for at least 15 years. But more in the realm of actual reasoning, I really thought a lot of people were whistling past the graveyard concerning their O-line. Not a lot of returning production there, and that's huge.
Same reason I had LSU at 8-4....O-line was just too big of a question mark. Though I really hit on not buying the selling, so to speak, the rest of the world was doing on LSU. I did point out LSU has not won less than 8 games in like 20 years, and projecting us 5-7 to 7-5 was a pretty good stretch for a team who hadn't hit that kind of floor in two decades. Now they sit at 9 wins with a decent shot at more, and are going to finish 2nd or 3rd in the west, which is...not bad, I guess, for a team the media projected to finish 5th in the west, but the OL was indeed a glaring low spot, and it's amazing the team won as many games as it did with the offense it has. Even if A&M wins and LSU is 3rd, A&M still didn't have to play Georgia and Florida.
Everybody else is roughly about what I expected. I do pretty decent projecting seasons, but not so good at picking individual games. Except for Alabama, which is easy.