Difference between revisions of "Southeastern Conference"

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* The [[Texas A and M University|Texas A and M Aggies]] (starting in 2012 season)
 
* The [[Texas A and M University|Texas A and M Aggies]] (starting in 2012 season)
  
This conference has produced numerous titles in all divisions of athletics, including the most recent [[NCAA]] men's basketball and football (The Florida Gators won both).  The SEC leads in average attendance in both [[basketball]] and [[football]], and five of their stadiums hold 90,000 plus fans.
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This conference has produced numerous titles in all divisions of athletics.  The SEC leads in average attendance in both [[basketball]] and [[football]], and five of their stadiums hold 90,000 plus fans.
  
  

Revision as of 00:27, 27 January 2012

The Southeastern Conference (SEC) is composed of 14 sports teams at the college level in the South Eastern Region of the United States. There are 13 public universities, and one private institution (Vanderbilt University). The conference is divided up into two sections, East and West.

The Eastern Conference is made of:

The West is made up of:

This conference has produced numerous titles in all divisions of athletics. The SEC leads in average attendance in both basketball and football, and five of their stadiums hold 90,000 plus fans.


References

Team List