Alabama, who won the SEC's West Division, had a league-best 12-2 record to help it place fourth in The Associated Press Top 25 Poll. East Division champion Missouri finished 11-3 and was ranked 14th by the AP.
Georgia and Mississippi State had 10-3 records. The Associated Press ranked Georgia ninth and Mississippi State was 11th. Mississippi had a 9-4 record and was ranked 17th by the AP.
Auburn, Louisiana State and Texas A&M finished at 8-5. Only Auburn was ranked by The Associated Press at 22nd. Florida was 7-5 in 2014 as the Gators played one less game as a home contest against Idaho was cancelled.
Tennessee, South Carolina and Arkansas completed their seasons with 7-6 records.
The two teams with losing records were Kentucky at 5-7 and Vanderbilt at 3-9. Kentucky and Vanderbilt played one less game as both teams failed to win the six games required to qualify for postseason bowl games.
Within league play, Missouri and Alabama at 7-1, Georgia and Mississippi State at 6-2, and Mississippi at 5-3 were the only teams with winning records.Learn more about Soccer/Football