Guys, it's not completely over yet.
Tennessee gave Georgia all they could handle. They're a pretty good team, and they showed up to play today. Yes, SC had a ton of penalties and played aweful, but that's in the books now, nothing we can do about it.
There are two possible ways for SC to win the SEC East, and I honestly think this team will still go to Atlanta.
Possibility one, the least probable:
SC wins out, Georgia wins their remaining SEC games, and Missouri loses to either Tennessee or Kentucky. That would put SC, Missouri, and Georgia atop the SEC East in a 3 way tie. Since, in this scenario, South Carolina would win out, that would put them above Georgia and Missouri in the rankings (especially if Clemson loses only to us). South Carolina and Missouri might be ranked within 5 spots, but it wouldn't matter since SC would own the head to head matchup.
Probability two, the most probable, and what I really think will happen:
SC wins their remaining SEC games, Georgia loses next week to Auburn, and Missouri loses to either Tennessee, Kentucky, or Texas A&M. I don't see Missouri beating Texas A&M, which would put SC and Missouri in a tie for the East, each having an SEC record of 6-2. giving the nod to SC to go to the championship for the head to head matchup.
Come on, guys. It's not completely over. We can't make it to the National Championship, but we can still make the SEC championship game and a damn good bowl.