The Best SEC Football Teams and Players
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National champions, Heisman Trophy Winners, NFL Rookies of the Year and More
SEC Football History and Facts
The SEC was established in December of 1932 when 13 schools formed the original conference affiliation.  
10 of the original 13 SEC schools remain.
The three original Southeastern Conference universities that dropped out of the league include Sewanee
(1940), Georgia Tech (1964), and Tulane (1966)
SEC Conference expansion took place in 1991 when South Carolina and Arkansas joined the conference
ranks.  The two additions expanded the SEC to 12 teams.
The SEC was the first league to hold a conference championship game when the champions of the SEC
Easter  and Western divisions squared off in the 1992 championship contest.
The current 14 SEC schools are from an 11 state area.  The states of Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee
host two SEC universities.
The league extended invitations to Texas A&M University and the University of Missouri to join the conference
as all-sport members.  The two schools joined the Southeastern Conference for the 2012/2013 season.
SEC Conference Football Champions through the 2015 Season
10 current league schools have been declared the best college football team in the by
winning an NCAA football national title
School
SEC Titles
Last SEC
Football Title
Claimed
National Titles
Last Claimed
National Title
Alabama
25
2015
16
2015
Arkansas
0
N/A
1
1964
Auburn
8
2013
2
2010
Florida
8
2008
3
2008
Georgia
12
2005
2
1980
Kentucky
2
1976
1
1950
LSU
11
2011
3
2007
Mississippi
State
1
1941
0
N/A
Missouri
0
N/A
0
N/A
Ole Miss
6
1963
3
1962
South Carolina
0
N/A
0
N/A
Tennessee
16
1998
6
1998
Texas A&M
0
N/A
3
1939
Vanderbilt
0
N/A
0
N/A
SEC Conference Heisman Trophy Winners
School
Heisman Trophies
Heisman Winners
Alabama
2
Mark Ingram 2009, Derrick Henry 2015
Auburn
3
Pat Sullivan 1971, Bo Jackson 1985
Cam Newton 2010
Florida
3
Steve Spurrier 1966
Danny Wuerffel 1996
Tim Tebow 2007
Georgia
2
Frank Sinkwich, 1942
Herschel Walker 1982
LSU
1
Billy Cannon 1959
South Carolina
1
*George Rogers 1980
Texas A&M
2
*John David Crow 1957
Johnny Manziel 2012
*George Rogers won the Heisman Trophy while South Carolina was a football independent.
* John David Crow won the Heisman Trophy while Texas A&M was a member of the Southwest Conference
Former SEC Players Who Became Super Bowl MVP's
These former Football stars delivered "Super" results in the NFL
School
Super Bowl
MVP's
Players
Alabama
3
Bart Starr (2) Packers, Super Bowl I & II
Joe Namath Jets, Super Bowl III
Florida
1
Emmitt Smith Cowboys, Super Bowl XXVIII
Georgia
3
Jake Scott, Dolphins Super Bowl VII
Terrell Davis Broncos, Super Bowl XXXII,
Hinds Ward Steelers, Super Bowl XL
Ole Miss
2
Eli Manning Giants, Super Bowl XLII & XLVI
Tennessee
1
Peyton Manning Colts, Super Bowl XLI
Not only did Bear
Bryant coach Alabama
to six national
championships and 13
SEC titles, but he also
led Kentucky to their
first SEC title in 1950.
Steve Spurrier has
impacted the SEC as
a Heisman Trophy
winner &, National
Championship coach
at Flordia and as
South Carolina's head
coach
Former SEC Stars that Became NFL Rookie's of the Year
The following SEC Schools have produced the top NFL Rookies.  The awards were
presented for the first time in 1967.  Two awards are given each year to the top
offensive and defensive star
School
NFL Rookies of
the Year
Players
Alabama
Def (2)
Off (1)
Derrick Thomas LB (1989-Kansas City)
DeMeco Ryans, LB (2006-Houston),
Eddie Lacy RB (2013-Green Bay)
Auburn
Off (2)
Carnell “Cadillac” Williams RB  (2005-Tampa Bay)
Cam Newton QB (2011-Carolina)
Florida
Off (1), Def (1)
Emmit Smith RB (1990-Dallas)
Jevon Kearse, DE (1999-Tennessee)  
Percy Harvin (2009-Florida)
Georgia
Def (1)
Off (1)
Kendrell Bell, LB (2001-Pittsburgh)
Todd Gurley, RB (2016 St. Louis Rams)
LSU
Def (1)
Off (1)
A.J. Duhe DE (1977-Miami),
Odell Beckham Jr. WR (2014-New York Giants)
Missouri
Def (1)
Sheldon Richardson, LB (2013-NY Jets)
Ole Miss
Def (2)
Tim Bowens, DT (1994-Miami)
Patrick Willis, LB (2007-San Francisco)
Tennessee
Off (1), Def (2)
Dale Carter CB (1992-Kansas City)
Carl Pickens WR (1992-Cincinnati)
Jerod Mayo LB (2008-New England)
Note:
South Carolina's George Rogers was the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year in
1981 prior to the Gamecocks joining the SEC.
Best Conference in
College Football!
The SEC recetnly won
Seven BCS National
Championships in a
row.
  • 2006 Florida
  • 2007 LSU
  • 2008 Florida
  • 2009 Alabama
  • 2010 Auburn
  • 2011 Alabama
  • 2012 Alabama
The Southeastern Conference is the best conference in college football with numerous national champions
produced throughout the years.  The SEC has dominated the last decade with numerous championships
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