Since 1992, the Southeastern Conference Football Championship has been decided by a game pitting the Eastern Division and Western Division champions in a title game; in the timespan, the University of Florida Gators have won the championship seven times. Prior to that, the championship went to the team that finished first in the conference. Since 1933, when the first champion was crowned, the University of Alabama Crimson Tide has won 24 SEC titles, including the 2014 title.
The University of Tennessee Volunteers have won the second-most SEC football championships with 13. Other schools with double-digit trophies to their names include the University of Georgia Bulldogs with 12 and the Louisiana State Tigers with 11. The Gators have won a total of eight SEC titles.