Twelve of the 14 teams in the Southeastern Conference had winning overall records during the 2014 season. Only five had winning records within the league.
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.