if im reading the tiebreakers right, a tie between LSU, UF and UK would be broken first by total record against tied teams.. they are all 3-3..
second would be record against the #1 seed on down, using common opponents only.. they are the top 3 seeds, so the record against USC (a common opponent and the 4 seed) would be the tiebreaker.. right now, UK (3-0) holds that tiebreaker over UF (2-1) and LSU (1-0). That can change. Since LSU has won the west though, they can be no lower than the #2 seed.
So if the all end 19-11 (LSU would be 2-1 against USC), it would be 1) UK, 2) LSU, 3) UF
This post was edited on 5/18 at 4:35 pm