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, ...
As of 2014, the teams that make up the SEC are: South Carolina Gamecocks, Florida Gators, Missouri Tigers, Tennessee Volunteers, Georgia Bulldogs, Kentucky Wildcats, Vanderbilt Commodores, Texas A&M Aggies, Alabama Crimson Tide, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Auburn Tigers...
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 dis...
There are a total of 14 teams in the SEC, as of 2015, with seven in the Eastern division and seven in the Western division. The Eastern division consists of Florida, Tennessee, Georgia, Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Missouri and South Carolina. The Western division teams includ...
As of 2015, SEC West Division includes long-time members Alabama, Auburn, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and LSU. Arkansas, which joined the conference in 1992, and Texas A&M complete the seven-team field.
The Southeastern Conference's website lists scores of football games in progress and those from previous weeks. For football scores, click Sports, then Football. Scores are listed by team or conference. The search can be narrowed further by bowl or regular-season games.
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.