As we enjoy being confined to our living quarters for the most part until the end of April or later... here's some more stats you can use to make arguments with:
2009-10 through 2019-20 conference records:
Alabama 96-96 (model of mediocrity... five 8 win years out of last 6)
Arkansas 99-93 (a touch over mediocre... not what the SEC signed up for)
Auburn 76-116 (36 wins last 3 seasons... at least 10 losses every season before that)
Florida 126-66 (1 losing season)
Georgia 84-108 (I thought they would be worse)
Kentucky 151-41 (never worse than 10 wins)
LSU 90-102 (Wade's strong A@$ offer has 36 wins last 3 years)
Mi$$ $t 76-116 (Rick Ray was truly AUful)
Missouri 50-94 (Like Arkansas, we made them into football schools and they lost their way)
Ole Miss 97-95 (Be honest... you didn't think they were even close to .500)
South Carolina 79-113 (Four 10+ win seasons the past 5 years)
Tennessee 109-83 (would you have guessed them being 3rd best?)
Texas A&M 72-72 (They might be a better hoops school than fb one in the SEC)
Vanderbilt 85-107 (remind me again why we couldn't beat them in Nashville in like forever?)
Note- aTm and Mizzou joined the SEC for the 2012-2013 season
Sort these out best to worst:
(I spaced them on purpose... serious gaps in league records)
There is a nice garbage bottom... that Kentucky and Florida FEASTED off of.
SEC Tournament Champs:
1 Ole Miss
Seems like Kentucky won it every year.
Hope you enjoyed this stats look back... and if I goofed on a team record it was my error as I was manually adding up the numbers.