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BEST OVERALL RECORD SINCE 1992

Florida = 220-74-1 (.747)

Alabama = 210-82-1 (.718)

*Texas A&M = 28-11 (.718)

Georgia = 203-85-1 (.704)

*Missouri = 28-12 (.700)

LSU = 195-91-1 (.681)

Auburn = 192-91-2 (.677)

Tennessee = 191-95-1 (.667)

Arkansas = 151-127-2 (.543)

S Carolina = 149-127-1 (.540)

Ole Miss = 145-131 (.525)

Mississippi St. = 134-140-2 (.489)

Kentucky = 107-165 (.393)

Vanderbilt = 90-178 (.336)

*Since 2012

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BEST SEC RECORD SINCE 1992

Florida = 145-49 (.747)

Alabama = 129-63-1 (.671)

Georgia = 119-69-1 (.632)

*Missouri = 16-10 (.615)

Tennessee = 115-73-1 (.611)

LSU = 114-74-1 (.606)

Auburn = 112-75-2 (.598)

*Texas A&M = 13-11 (.542)

S Carolina = 81-103-1 (.441)

Arkansas = 81-104-2 (.439)

Ole Miss = 71-113 (.386)

Mississippi St = 70-114-1 (.381)

Kentucky = 47-137 (.255)

Vanderbilt = 34-150 (.185)

*Since 2012

*Includes the SEC Championship Game but not the 2011 Alabama vs. LSU BCS National Championship Game.

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BEST OVERALL RECORD SINCE 2000

LSU = 151-45 (.770)

Georgia = 144-52 (.735)

*Texas A&M = 28-11 (.718)

Florida = 137-56 (.710)

Alabama = 137-57 (.706)

*Missouri = 28-12 (.700)

Auburn = 133-60 (.689)

S Carolina = 117-71 (.622)

Tennessee = 111-78 (.587)

Arkansas = 106-82 (.564)

Ole Miss = 93-91 (.505)

Mississippi St = 83-100 (.454)

Kentucky = 70-111 (.387)

Vanderbilt = 63-117 (.350)

*Since 2012

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BEST SEC RECORD SINCE 2000

LSU = 88-37 (.704)

Florida = 85-39 (.685)

Georgia = 85-40 (.680)

Alabama = 82-42 (.661)

Auburn = 78-46 (.629)

*Missouri = 16-10 (.615)

*Texas A&M = 13-11 (.542)

S Carolina = 63-58 (.521)

Tennessee = 62-61 (.504)

Arkansas = 53-69 (.434)

Ole Miss = 45-75 (.375)

Mississippi St = 39-81 (.325)

Kentucky = 26-94 (.217)

Vanderbilt = 25-95 (.208)

*Since 2012

*Includes the SEC Championship Game but not the 2011 Alabama vs. LSU BCS National Championship Game.

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BEST OVERALL RECORD SINCE 2010

Alabama = 58-9 (.866)

LSU = 52-14 (.788)

S Carolina = 49-17 (.742)

*Texas A&M = 28-11 (.718)

*Missouri = 28-12 (.700)

Georgia = 46-21 (.687)

Auburn = 45-21 (.682)

Mississippi St = 41-24 (.631)

Florida = 37-26 (.587)

Arkansas = 35-28 (.556)

Ole Miss = 30-33 (.476)

Vanderbilt = 29-34 (.460)

Tennessee = 28-34 (.452)

Kentucky = 20-41 (.328)

*Since 2012

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BEST SEC RECORD SINCE 2010

Alabama = 35-7 (.833)

LSU = 30-11 (.732)

Georgia = 28-14 (.667)

S Carolina = 26-15 (.634)

*Missouri = 16-10 (.615)

Auburn = 25-17 (.595)

*Texas A&M = 13-11 (.542)

Florida = 21-19 (.525)

Mississippi St = 19-21 (.475)

Arkansas = 16-24 (.400)

Ole Miss = 12-28 (.300)

Vanderbilt = 12-28 (.300)

Tennessee = 11-29 (.275)

Kentucky = 6-34 (.150)

*Since 2012

*Includes the SEC Championship Game but not the 2011 Alabama vs. LSU BCS National Championship Game.

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Arkansas's biggest enemy is themselves. Games like last year when they had Alabama and Texas A&M beat and then blew it.

True, I just feel they are going to be in the top 3 of the SEC West. One of Auburn, LSU and Bama will fall and I think Bama is going to slide with the retooling of the defense and loss of weapons on that offense and no established QB.

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True, I just feel they are going to be in the top 3 of the SEC West. One of Auburn, LSU and Bama will fall and I think Bama is going to slide with the retooling of the defense and loss of weapons on that offense and no established QB.

I'll never count out a Nick Saban coached team but you're right that they could slip a little, or LSU. Auburn only won 8 games last year so if they slide it will be a major issue. Auburn is picked to win the SEC this year because we're loaded and Jeremy Johnson isn't a totally unproven at QB. Plus everyone thinks Will Muschamp will instantly turn around the defense. I don't see it happening, I think we'll improve in defense but we're still a long way away on d.

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