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How do you find information on SEC teams playing in bowl games?

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College football fans can find information on all bowl-eligible SEC teams by visiting ESPN.com and selecting Teams from the NCAAF header. The ensuing page displays an alphabetical list of FCS and FBS schools by conference. The Bowls header at the NCAAF homepage also displays the complete bowl schedule of all participating teams in the postseason.

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How do you find information on SEC teams playing in bowl games?
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Fans may select any of the 14 SEC schools from the list to be directed to the team homepage for the latest team news or select the Stats, Schedule or Roster links for more information.

Depending on the time of year, the Bowls page may include the results from the previous season's bowl contests or the upcoming postseason schedule with individual game previews. Fans may select the Recap or Box Score links from any completed contest for more information on their favorite SEC clubs.

The 2014 postseason saw the SEC finish 7 - 5 in bowl contests as a conference, though SEC teams were just 2 - 5 versus Top 25 opponents. Winning teams included Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M. Losing teams included Alabama (Ohio State), Auburn (Wisconsin), LSU (Notre Dame), Mississippi State (Georgia Tech) and Ole Miss (TCU).

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