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2015 Schedule
5-7, 4th in SEC - East
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2dEdward Aschoff and Alex Scarborough

Post-signing day SEC Power Rankings

Spring practice is just around the corner, so here is another batch of power rankings to enjoy before the 2016 season.

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Steve Spurrier breaks down SEC Football (3:49)
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7dESPN Recruiting

Grading the recruiting classes: SEC

The SEC accounts for five of the top 10 recruiting classes in the country and fully one third of the top 35.

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Stoops: I believe it's our most solid class (2:42)
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Key Kentucky signees on National Signing Day (2:00)
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A 'drama free' signing day for Kentucky (1:29)

Watch: Kentucky signing day coverage

Tune in for comprehensive coverage all day long as the next class of Kentucky stars sign the dotted line to play for the Wildcats. Live on SEC Network +

Watch: Kentucky signing day press conference

Tune in to Kentucky's press conference to hear about the new signing class. What went down on national signing day for the Wildcats? Live on SEC Network +

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13dDavid Ching

SEC 2015 position rankings: defensive backs

Georgia's talented defensive backs will all returns next season as the Bulldogs' secondary led not only the SEC, but much of the nation.

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13dAlex Scarborough

SEC 2015 position rankings: Front seven

Alabama's title run owed as much to its front seven as any part of the team; Florida won the East thanks to its; South Carolina failed up front.

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14dSam Khan Jr.

SEC 2015 position rankings: Offensive line

Not surprisingly, national champ Alabama's group was the pick of the litter, with the O-lines of LSU and Arkansas rounding out the league's top three.

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Examining Kentucky's 2016 season outlook (2:21)
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SEC stars in the Senior Bowl (1:01)
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Who impressed Jones the most? (1:47)
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17dGreg Ostendorf

SEC 2015 position rankings: Quarterback

We kick off a series ranking SEC teams at each position group based on 2015 performance. First up, the quarterbacks.

SEC made $527.4 million in first year of CFP

The SEC's tax return, which was provided upon request to USA TODAY Sports, states that the conference had $527.4 million in total revenue for the fiscal year that ended Aug. 31, 2015. The return covers the first fiscal year in which the SEC began receiving payments from the start of the SEC Network and the College Football Playoff. Read more at USA TODAY Sports

Team Stats

Passing Yards209.381st
Rushing Yards162.778th
Points For24.5102nd
Points Against27.470th

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