SEC three-year records: Eastern Division

June, 25, 2013
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We glanced back at the past three years in the Western Division earlier today. Now, we do the same with the Eastern Division.

Similar to Texas A&M in the West, consider that Missouri’s overall record only reflects the one season in the SEC, and we’ve only listed the 2012 season under the Tigers’ conference record.

Eastern Division (future power ranking listed in parentheses)

Overall record
1. South Carolina (6): 31-9 (11-2, 11-2, 9-5)

2. Georgia (5): 28-13 (12-2, 10-4, 6-7)

3. Florida (3): 26-13 (11-2, 7-6, 8-5)

4. Missouri (14): 23-15 (5-7, 8-5, 10-3)

5. Vanderbilt (9): 17-21 (9-4, 6-7, 2-10)

6. Tennessee (10): 16-21 (5-7, 5-7, 6-7)

7. Kentucky (13): 13-24 (2-10, 5-7, 6-7)
Conference record
1. Georgia: 17-7 (7-1, 7-1, 3-5)

1. South Carolina: 17-7 (6-2, 6-2, 5-3)

3. Florida: 14-10 (7-1, 3-5, 4-4)

4. Vanderbilt: 8-16 (5-3, 2-6, 1-7)

5. Tennessee: 5-19 (1-7, 1-7, 3-5)

6. Kentucky: 4-20 (0-8, 2-6, 2-6)

* Missouri: 2-6

Steve Spurrier has elevated South Carolina's program to unprecedented heights. The Gamecocks are one of only two teams in the SEC (Alabama being the other) to have won 11 or more games each of the past two seasons. What's more, South Carolina is one of only three teams in the SEC to post winning league records each of the past three seasons. The other two are Alabama and LSU. The Gamecocks are keeping good company.

Florida has lost 10 league games over the past three years, although the Gators rebounded to go 7-1 last season. Still, the 10 league losses are more than Florida lost between 2005-09 -- five seasons.

Georgia won 12 games last season, marking the eighth time in Mark Richt's 12 seasons that the Bulldogs have won at least 10 games.

It's been a tough stretch for Kentucky and Tennessee. Between them, they've won just four SEC games over the past two seasons, and two of those four wins have come against each other.

Vanderbilt has won seven SEC games under James Franklin over the past two seasons. Prior to Franklin's arrival, the last time the Commodores won seven league games during any two-year stretch was 1949-50.

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