Right now the records of the top SEC Teams look like this:
Mississippi State 7-0, Alabama 7-1, Ole Miss 7-1, Auburn 6-1, LSU 7-2 and Georgia 6-1.
Let's play out the following Senario and give each SEC Team two losses.
Miss State loses at Alabama and at Ole Miss (definitely not an unlikely senario). That ends them with a 10-2 record.
Alabama loses at LSU, but beats Miss State and Auburn (could very easily happen) That ends them with a 10-2 record
LSU wins out, beating Alabama at home and handling easier road games against Texas A&M and Arkansas. That ends them with a 10-2 record.
Georgia loses to Auburn for their second loss of the year. They would end at 10-2 and represent the SEC East in the SEC Championship game.
Ole Miss has a hangover after a tough loss last week and loses to Auburn, but manages to beat Miss State. That ends them with a 10-2 record.
Auburn pulls off a win on the road against Ole Miss and beats rival Georgia, but can't overcome Alabama in the Iron Bowl. That ends them with a 10-2 record.
If that senario happens I would hate to have to figure out the SEC West tie breaker. All teams would have two losses in the division. It would probably come down to the strength of victory against teams from the SEC East. In that case Auburn would boast the best win over Georgia. They would also have beaten South Carolina and that would probably be enough to get them the division....would be really interesting if it came down to that....time will tell....starting this Saturday with Auburn at Ole Miss.