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Kentucky has 100/1 odds of winning the SEC (Football) Championship


As Patrick Towles just put it, “so you’re saying there’s a chance”…



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12 responses to “Kentucky has 100/1 odds of winning the SEC (Football) Championship”

  1. BobKYCats

    Hey! We’re back in front of Vandy! Equilibrium has been restored!

  2. Bluejay

    “Why Not”.

  3. Rick in TX

    Where do I place my bet.? I like those odds.

  4. Nick

    They also gave us 75/1 odds to win the SECe. I say let’s do it.

  5. arlo

    yes! so there is a chance we can win it!

  6. Stoops

    I don’t see why the cats can’t win the sec in two to three years with stoops and company.


    the real odds are 10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000:1. No f’in way.

  8. BlueMoonofKentucky

    Aren’t those numbers given backwards? Isn’t 100 out of one the same as 100% ?
    Shouldn’t it be 1/100, which is to say one try out of one hundred attempts we would win it, or .001 percent chance? Maybe I’m taking this thing way too seriously.

    1. Haha

      You don’t gamble much do you?

    2. The way it works...

      Betting odds are not the same thing as percent chance. If they were, all the odds would add up to 1 which isn’t the case at all. Betting odds just means that you get X dollars for every Y dollars spent. So UK being 100 to 1 means that on a $1 bet, you would win $100.

      If they listed UK’s percent chance of actually winning the SEC, it would be FAR less than 1%. Also, 1% in decimal form is .01 not .001. .001 is one thousandth. That would be .1%.

  9. Kevin C.

    “So you’re saying there’s a chance?”

  10. Tom

    Wonder what he odds are we will win enough to give Stoops another million dollar raise?