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GAMES OF SATURDAY, SEPT. 12 

Troy (0-1) at Florida (1-0)    12:21 p.m. ET

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  • Gainesville, Fla. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field (88,548)

UCLA (1-0) at Tennessee (1-0)   4 p.m. ET

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  • Knoxville, Tenn. Shields-Watkins Field / Neyland Stadium (100,011)

Florida International (0-0) at Alabama (1-0)  6 p.m. CT

Alabama PPV / ESPN 360.com / ESPN Game Plan

  • Tuscaloosa, Ala. Bryant-Denny Stadium (92,138)

Mississippi State (1-0) at Auburn (1-0)  6 p.m. CT

FS South / ESPN 360.com / ESPN Game Plan

  • Auburn, Ala. Pat Dye Field / Jordan Hare Stadium (87,451)

Vanderbilt (1-0) at LSU (1-0)    6 p.m. CT

ESPNU

  • Baton Rouge, La. Tiger Stadium (92,400)

South Carolina (1-0) at Georgia (0-1)   7 p.m. ET

ESPN2 / ESPN 360.com

  • Athens, Ga. Sanford Stadium (92,746)

OPEN:  Arkansas (1-0), Kentucky (1-0), Ole Miss (1-0)

QUICKIE NOTES

  • SEC Football Players of the Week for games of Sept. 3-6 are: Alabama RB Mark Ingram (offense), Kentucky CB Trevard Lindley (defense), Florida ATH Brandon James and Arkansas RB Dennis Johnson (co-special teams), Tennessee OT Chris Scott (offensive lineman), South Carolina DE Devin Taylor (defensive lineman) and Auburn RB Onterio McCalebb (freshman).
  • SEC finished opening weekend with an 11-1 record, including a 5-1 mark in games away from home stadiums.
  • SEC teams outscored opponents 143-38 in the 4th quarter, and outscored opponents in points off turnovers, 131-26.
  • SEC teams held opponents 3-downs-and-out in 44.6 percent of drives in Week 1 (70 of 157 drives).
  • SEC eams scored 61 TDs in Week 1, while holding opponents to 14 TDs (5 passing, 8 rushing, 1 KOR).

2009 SEC NON-CONFERENCE RECORD [11-1 (.917)]

2009 

Conference  App. W-L Pct. 2008

ACC   7 2-0 1.000 6-6

Big East  2 0-0 .000 1-1

Big Ten  0 0-0 .000 1-1

Big 12   2 0-1 .000 1-1

C-USA  6 1-0 1.000 9-0

MAC   4 1-0 1.000 3-0

Mountain West 0 0-0 .000 0-2

Pac-10   3 1-0 1.000 1-1

Sun Belt  10 1-0 1.000 10-0

WAC   2 1-0 1.000 1-1

FBS Independent 1 0-0 .000 0-0

FCS Schools  11 4-0 1.000 9-0

OVERALL NON-CONFERENCE RECORDS

2009------------

Conference  W-L Pct. 2008

ACC   4-6 .400 41-17

Big East  5-1 .833 33-14

Big Ten  10-1 .909 32-18

Big 12   10-1 .909 42-13

Conference USA 8-4 .667 22-32

MAC   3-10 .231 21-35

Mountain West 5-2 .714 28-13

Pac-10   7-3 .700 19-17

SEC   11-1 .917 43-13

Sun Belt  3-5 .375 9-28

Western Athletic 4-5 .444 19-23

SEC NON-CONFERENCE RECORD (Since 1992)

Regular Season

Year App. W-L Pct. Bowls 

1992 36 27-9 .750 5-1

1993 36 28-7-1 .792 2-2

1994 36 27-8-1 .764 3-2

1995 36 29-7 .806 2-4

1996 36 27-9 .750 5-0

1997 36 32-4 .889 5-1

1998 36 27-9 .750 4-4

1999 36 28-8 .778 4-4

2000 36 27-9 .750 4-5

2001 36 29-7 .806 5-3

2002 49 37-12 .755 3-4

2003 46 31-15 .674 5-2

2004 36 25-11 .694 3-3

2005 36 27-9 .750 3-3

2006 48 41-7 .854 6-3

2006 48 41-7 .854 6-3 

2007 48 40-8 .825 7-2 

2008 48 37-11 .771 6-2 

2009 12 11-1 .917 ----- 

TOTALS 731 571-158-2 72-45

(.782)  (.615)

Combined: 643-203-2 (.760)

STATE OF THE SEC

Georgia, Florida and LSU have the SEC's best records during the last five and 10 seasons.  Since 2004, Florida and LSU have posted the league's best overall mark at 52-14 (.788).  Since 1999, Georgia has had the league's best record at 98-31 (.760).  Below is a look at how each SEC team has fared during the last five and ten seasons:

Record Last Five Seasons (2004-2008)

SEC AP

W-L Pct. Bowls Champ Top 25

Florida   52-14 .788 5 2 4

LSU   52-14 .788 5 1 4

Georgia  50-15 .769 5 1 5

Auburn  48-16 .750 4 1 4

Alabama  42-23 .646 5 0 2

Tennessee  40-24 .625 3 0 3

South Carolina 35-27 .565 3 0 0

Arkansas  33-29 .532 2 0 1

Kentucky  29-33 .468 3 0 0

Vanderbilt  24-36 .400 1 0 0

Ole Miss  24-36 .400 1 0 1

Mississippi State 22-38 .367 1 0 0

Record Last 10 Seasons (1999-2008)

SEC AP

W-L Pct. Bowls Champ Top 25

Georgia  98-31 .760 10 2 10

Florida   97-33 .746 10 3 8

LSU   94-35 .729 9 3 7

Auburn  86-39 .688 8 1 6

Tennessee  86-41 .677 8 0 6

Alabama  76-51 .598 7 1 4

Arkansas  73-52 .584 7 0 2

Ole Miss  63-58 .521 5 0 3

South Carolina 62-59 .512 5 0 2

Kentucky  50-70 .417 4 0 0

Mississippi State 48-71 .403 3 0 2

Vanderbilt  38-79 .325 1 0 0

2009 SEC'S LONGEST DRIVES

Plays

16 - Arkansas vs. Missouri State (83 yards, 7:58 TOP) [TD]

14 - Mississippi State vs. Jackson State (79 yards, 3:41 TOP) [TD]

14 - Vanderbilt vs. Western Carolina (73 yards, 4:54 TOP) [Missed FG]

13 - Georgia vs. Oklahoma State (56 yards, 4:37 TOP) [FG]

13 - Mississippi State vs. Jackson State (50 yards, 6:23 TOP) [Missed FG]

13 - Auburn vs. Louisiana Tech (69 yards, 5:36 TOP) [FG]

13 - Auburn vs. Louisiana Tech (65 yards, 5:02 TOP) [TD]

Yards

98 - Auburn vs. Louisiana Tech (3 plays, 0:45 TOP) [TD]

89 - Florida vs. Charleston Southern (4 plays, 1:26 TOP) [FG]

86 - LSU vs. Washington (9 plays, 4:31 TOP) [TD]

86 - Vanderbilt vs. Western Carolina (11 plays, 3:32 TOP) [TD]

83 - Arkansas vs. Missouri State (16 plays, 7:58 TOP) [TD]

81 - Tennessee vs. Western Kentucky (10 plays, 4:33 TOP) [TD]

Time

7:58 - Arkansas vs. Missouri State (16 plays, 83 yards) [TD]

6:23 - Mississippi State vs. Jackson State (13 plays, 50 yards) [Missed FG]

6:08 - Tennessee vs. Western Kentucky (11 plays, 62 yards) [TD]

5:46 - Ole Miss vs. Memphis (10 plays, 47 yards) [Punt]

5:45 - Kentucky vs. Miami, Ohio (11 plays, 52 yards) [Downs]

SEC REDZONE TD RANKINGS

OFFENSE

Team   TD-Chances Percentage Rush/Pass

Georgia  1-1  100.00  0 / 1

Tennessee  8-9  88.89  3 / 5

Florida   5-6  83.33  3 / 2

Ole Miss  5-6  83.33  3 / 2

Kentucky  3-4  75.00  3 / 0

Arkansas  4-6  66.67  2 / 2

Vanderbilt  5-8  62.50  5 / 0

Mississippi State 5-8  62.50  2 / 3

Auburn  3-5  60.00  2 / 1

Alabama  3-8  37.50  2 / 1

LSU   1-3  33.33  0 / 1

South Carolina 1-4  25.00  1 / 0

DEFENSE

Team   TD-Chances Percentage Rush/Pass

South Carolina 0-0  00.00  0/ 0

Vanderbilt  0-0  00.00  0 / 0

Kentucky  0-1  00.00  0 / 1

Florida   0-2  00.00  0 / 0

LSU   2-5  40.00  0 / 2 

Alabama  1-2  50.00  1 / 0

Auburn  1-2  50.00  0 / 1

Georgia  2-3  66.67  1 / 1

Arkansas  1-1  100.00  1 / 0

Ole Miss  2-2  100.00  2 / 0

Mississippi State 1-1  100.00  1 / 0

Tennessee  1-1  100.00  1 / 0

SEC CAREER STATISTICAL LEADERS

Total Offensive Yards Gained

  1. 11,350-Chris Leak, Florida (137 rushing, 11,213 passing) 2003-06 

2. 11,270-David Greene, Georgia (-258 rushing, 11,528 passing) 2001-04 

3. 11,020-Peyton Manning, Tennessee (-181 rushing, 11,201 passing) 1994-97 

4. 10,841-Eric Zeier, Georgia (-312 rushing, 11,153 passing) 1991-94 

5. 10,637-Jared Lorenzen, Kentucky (279 rushing, 10,354 passing) 2000-03 

6. 10,500-Danny Wuerffel, Florida (-375 rushing, 10,875 passing) 1993-96 

7.  9,989-Eli Manning, Ole Miss (-130 rushing, 10,119 passing) 2000-03

  8.   9,953-Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt (1,256 rushing, 8,697 passing) 2002-05 

9.  9,577-Casey Clausen, Tennessee (-130 rushing, 9,707 passing) 2000-03

10.  9,241-Shane Matthews, Florida (-46 rushing, 9,287 passing) 1989-92

Highest Active Player

8,616-Tim Tebow, Florida (2,038 rushing, 6,578 passing) 2006-

Touchdown Responsibility  

1. 122- Danny Wuerffel, Florida (8 rushing, 114 passing) 1993-96  

2. 118- Eli Manning, Ole Miss (8 rushing, 110 passing) 2000-03

  3. 112- Tim Tebow, Florida (44 rushing, 68 passing) 2006- 

4. 101- Peyton Manning, Tennessee (12 rushing, 89 passing) 1994-97

101- Chris Leak, Florida (13 rushing, 88 passing) 2003-06 

6.  90- Jared Lorenzen, Kentucky (12 rushing, 78 passing) 2000-03  

7.  83- Rex Grossman, Florida (6 rushing, 77 passing) 2000-02  

8.  82- Shane Matthews, Florida (7 rushing, 74 passing, 1 receiving) 1989-92

  82- Andre' Woodson, Kentucky (3 rushing, 79 passing) 2004-07

10.  81- Casey Clausen, Tennessee (6 rushing, 75 passing) 2000-03

Rushing Yards Gained 

1. *5,259-Herschel Walker, Georgia (33 games) 1980-82

  2.  4,589-Darren McFadden, Arkansas (38 games) 2005-07  

3.  4,557-Kevin Faulk, LSU (41 games) 1995-98 

4.  4,303-Bo Jackson, Auburn (38 games) 1982-85 

5.  4,163-Errict Rhett, Florida (48 games) 1990-93  

6.  4,050-Dalton Hilliard, LSU (44 games) 1982-85 

7.  4,035-Charles Alexander, LSU (44 games) 1975-78  

8.  3,928-Emmitt Smith, Florida (31 games) 1987-89

  9.  3,835-Sonny Collins, Kentucky (41 games) 1972-75

10.  3,831-Carnell Williams, Auburn (42 games) 2001-04

Highest Active Player

2,603-Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State (36 games) 2006-

All-Purpose Rushing Yards  

1. 6,833-Kevin Faulk, LSU  1995-98 

2. 5,856-Derek Abney, Kentucky  2000-03

  3. 5,831-Darren McFadden, Arkansas  2005-07  

4. 5,749-Herschel Walker, Georgia  1980-82 

5. 5,743-Domanick Davis, LSU  1999-2002 

6. 5,596-James Brooks, Auburn 1977-80 

7. 5,393-Errict Rhett, Florida  1990-93

  8. 5,343-Rafael Little, Kentucky  2004-07 

9. 5,326-Dalton Hilliard, LSU  1982-85

10. 5,084-Carnell Williams, Auburn  2001-04

Highest Active Player

2,929-Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State (36 games) 2006-

Pass Completions

  1. 895- Chris Leak, Florida (1,458 atts., 11,213 yards) 2003-06 

2. 863- Peyton Manning, Tennessee (1,402 atts., 11,201 yards) 1994-97 

3. 862- Jared Lorenzen, Kentucky (1,514 atts., 10,354 yards) 2000-03 

4. 849- David Greene, Georgia (1,440 atts., 11,528 yards) 2001-04 

5. 838- Eric Zeier, Georgia (1,402 atts., 11,153 yards) 1991-94  

6. 829- Eli Manning, Ole Miss (1,363 atts., 10,119 yards) 2000-03 

7. 795- Tim Couch, Kentucky (1,184 atts., 8,435 yards) 1996-98

  8. 791- Andre' Woodson, Kentucky (1,278 atts., 9,360 yards) 2004-07 

9. 775- Casey Clausen, Tennessee (1,270 atts., 9,707 yards) 2000-03

10. 727- Steve Taneyhill, South Carolina (1,209 atts., 8,555 yards) 1992-95

Highest Active Player

458-Tim Tebow, Florida (696 atts.; 6,578 yards) 2006-

Passing Yards 

1. 11,528-David Greene, Georgia (849 of 1,440) 2001-04

  2. 11,213-Chris Leak, Florida (895 of 1,458) 2003-06  

3. 11,201-Peyton Manning, Tennessee (863 of 1,381) 1994-97  

4. 11,153-Eric Zeier, Georgia (838 of 1,402) 1991-94  

5. 10,875-Danny Wuerffel, Florida (708 of 1,170) 1993-96  

6. 10,354-Jared Lorenzen, Kentucky (862 of 1,514) 2000-03  

7. 10,119-Eli Manning, Ole Miss (829 of 1,363) 2000-03  

8.  9,707-Casey Clausen, Tennessee (774 of 1,269) 2000-03

  9.   9,360-Andre' Woodson, Kentucky (791 of 1,278) 2004-07

10.  9,287-Shane Matthews, Florida (722 of 1,202) 1989-92

Highest Active Player

6,578-Tim Tebow, Florida (458 of 696) 2006-

Touchdown Passes 

1. 114- Danny Wuerffel, Florida 1993-96 

2.  89- Peyton Manning, Tennessee 1994-97

  3.   88- Chris Leak, Florida 2003-06 

4.  81- Eli Manning, Ole Miss 2000-03

  5.   79- Andre' Woodson, Kentucky 2004-07  

6.  78- Jared Lorenzen, Kentucky 2000-03 

7.  77- Rex Grossman, Florida 2000-02 

8.  75- Casey Clausen, Tennessee 2000-03 

9.  74- Shane Matthews, Florida 1989 

74- Tim Couch, Kentucky 1996-98

Highest Active Player

68-Tim Tebow, Florida 2006-

Receptions

  1. 236- Earl Bennett, Vanderbilt (2,852 yards) 2005-07  

2. 208- Craig Yeast, Kentucky (2,899 yards) 1995-98

  3. 207- Kenny McKinley, South Carolina (2,781 yards) 2005-09 

4. 204- Terrence Edwards, Georgia (3,093 yards) 1999-2002  

5. 200- Keith Edwards, Vanderbilt (1,757 yards) 80,82-84  

6. 198- Chris Collins, Ole Miss (2,621 yards) 2000-03  

7. 197- Derek Abney, Kentucky (2,339 yards) 2000-03  

8. 194- Anthony White, Kentucky (1,519 yards) 1996-99

194- DJ Hall, Alabama (2,923 yards) 2004-07

10. 189- Keenan Burton, Kentucky (2,376 yards) 2003-07

Highest Active Player

122-Brandon LaFell, LSU (1,759 yards) 2006-

Reception Yardage 

1. 3,093-Terrence Edwards, Georgia (204 catches) 1999-2002  

2.  3,001-Josh Reed, LSU (167 catches) 1999-2001 

3. 2,964-Boo Mitchell, Vanderbilt (188 catches) 1985-88

4. 2,923-DJ Hall, Alabama (194 catches) 2004-07 

5. 2,899-Craig Yeast, Kentucky (208 catches) 1995-98  

6. 2,884-Fred Gibson, Georgia (161 catches) 2001-04  

7. 2,880-Dan Stricker, Vanderbilt (182 catches) 1999-2002  

8. 2,879-Anthony Lucas, Arkansas (137 catches) 1995-99

  9. 2,852-Earl Bennett, Vanderbilt (236 catches) 2005-07

10. 2,814-Joey Kent, Tennessee (183 catches) 1993-96

Highest Active Player

1,759-Brandon LaFell, LSU (122 catches) 2006-

Touchdown Receptions 

1. 31- Chris Doering, Florida (40 games) 1992-95 

2. 30- Terrence Edwards, Georgia (45 games) 1999-2002  

3. 29- Ike Hilliard, Florida (32 games) 1994-96

29- Terry Beasley, Auburn (30 games) 1969-71

29- Jack Jackson, Florida (38 games) 1992-94 

6. 28- Craig Yeast, Kentucky (43 games) 1995-98 

7. 27- Jabar Gaffney, Florida (23 games) 2000-2001

27- Marcus Monk, Arkansas (40 games) 2004-07 

9. 26- Reidel Anthony, Florida (33 games) 1994-96

10. 25- Joey Kent, Tennessee (44 games) 1993-96

25- Dwayne Bowe, LSU (42 games) 2003-06

25- Keenan Burton, Kentucky (55 games) 2003-07

Highest Active Player

15-Brandon LaFell, LSU (38 games) 2006-

14-Shay Hodge, Ole Miss (38 games) 2006-

Points Scored 

1. 409- Billy Bennett, Georgia (148 PAT, 87 FGs, 50 games) 2000-03 

2. 371- Jeff Hall, Tennessee (188 PAT, 61 FGs, 46 games) 1995-98

  3. 369- Colt David, LSU (201 PATs, 54 FGs, 1 TD, 52 games ) 2005-09 

4. 368- Jeff Chandler, Florida (67 FGs, 167 PATs, 46 games) 1997-2001 

5. 353- Kevin Butler, Georgia (122 PAT, 77 FGs, 44 games) 1981-84 

6. 345- Philip Doyle, Alabama (105 PAT, 78 FGs, 1 TD, 43 games) 1987-90 

7. 326- Michael Proctor, Alabama (131 PAT, 65 FGs, 47 games) 1992-95

  8. 325- James Wilhoit, Tennessee (148 PAT, 59 FG, 50 games) 2003-06 

9. 318- Kevin Faulk, LSU (53 TDs, 41 games) 1995-98

10. 317- John Becksvoort, Tennessee (161 PAT, 52 FGs, 41 games) 1991-94

Highest Active Player

270-Tim Tebow, Florida (45 TDs, 41 games) 2006-

Most Touchdowns Scored 

1. 53- Kevin Faulk, LSU (41 games) 1995-98 

2. 52- Herschel Walker, Georgia (33 games) 1980-82 

3. 50- Dalton Hilliard, LSU (44 games) 1982-85 

4. 50- Shaun Alexander, Alabama (41 games) 1996-99 

5. 46- Carnell Williams, Auburn (42 games) 2001-04 

6. 45- Bo Jackson, Auburn (38 games) 1982-85

  7.   44- Darren McFadden, Arkansas (38 games) 2005-07

44- Tim Tebow, Florida (40 games) 2006- 

9. 42- Charles Alexander, LSU (44 games) 1975-78

10. 41- Deuce McAllister, Ole Miss (43 games) 1997-2000

Highest Active Player

34-Anthony Dixon, Mississippi State (37 games) 2006-

Field Goals Made 

1. 87- Billy Bennett, Georgia (110 atts.) 2000-03 

2. 78- Philip Doyle, Alabama (105 atts.) 1987-90 

3. 77- Kevin Butler, Georgia (98 atts.) 1981-84 

4. 71- Fuad Reveiz, Tennessee (95 atts.) 1981-84 

5. 67- Jeff Chandler, Florida (80 atts.) 1997-2001 

6. 65- Michael Proctor, Alabama (91 atts.) 1992-95 

7. 61- Kanon Parkman, Georgia (85 atts.) 1991-95

61- David Browndyke, LSU (75 atts.) 1986-89

61- Jeff Hall, Tennessee (89 atts.) 1995-98

10. 59- Van Tiffin, Alabama (88 atts.) 1983-86

59- James Wilhoit, Tennessee (82 atts.) 2003-06

Highest Active Player

57-Leigh Tiffin, Alabama (80 atts.) 2006-

PAT Kicks Made

  1. 201- Colt David, LSU (204 atts.) 2005-09 

2. 188- Jeff Hall, Tennessee (194 atts.) 1995-98 

3. 167- Jeff Chandler, Florida (180 atts.) 1997-2001

  4. 162- John Vaughn, Auburn (163 atts.) 2003-06  

5. 161- John Becksvoort, Tennesee (161 atts.) 1991-94  

6. 160- Bart Edmiston, Florida (164 atts.) 1992-96 

7. 148- Billy Bennett, Georgia (151 atts.) 2000-03

148- James Wilhoit, Tennessee (151 atts.) 2003-06 

9. 135- Van Tiffin, Alabama (135 atts.) 1983-86

10. 133- Bill Davis, Alabama (143 atts.) 1971-73

133- Alex Walls, Tennessee (137 atts.) 1999-2002

Highest Active Player

124-Lones Seiber, Kentucky (130 atts.) 2006-

Total Points Scored by Kicking 

1. 409- Billy Bennett, Georgia (87 FGs, 148 PATs) 2000-03  

2. 371- Jeff Hall, Tennessee (61 FGs, 188 PATs) 1995-98  

3. 368- Jeff Chandler, Florida (67 FGs, 167 PATs) 1997-2001

  4. 363- Colt David, LSU (201 PATs, 54 FGs, 52 games ) 2005-09 

5. 353- Kevin Butler, Georgia (77 FGs, 122 PATs) 1981-84  

6. 339- Philip Doyle, Alabama (78 FGs, 105 PATs) 1987-90  

7. 326- Michael Proctor, Alabama (65 FGs, 131 PATs) 1992-95

  8. 325- James Wilhoit, Tennessee (148 PAT, 59 FG, 50 games) 2003-06 

9. 317- John Becksvoort, Tennessee (52 FGs, 161 PATs) 1991-94

10. 314- Fuad Reveiz, Tennessee (71 FGs, 101 PATs) 1981-84

Highest Active Player

238-Lones Seiber, Kentucky (124 PATs, 38 FGs) 2006

Punt Return Yards 

1. 1,695-Lee Nalley, Vanderbilt (109 returns) 1947-49  

2. 1,332-Tony James, Miss. State (121 returns) 1989-92

  3.   1,281-Javier Arenas, Alabama (94 returns) 2006- 

4. 1,253-Damien Gary, Georgia (114 returns) 2000-03  

5. 1,170-Thomas Bailey, Auburn (125 returns) 1991-94  

6. 1,163-Bobby Majors, Tennessee (117 returns) 1969-71  

7. 1,142-Junie Hovious, Ole Miss (84 returns) 1938-41

  8. 1,140-Brandon James, Florida (88 returns) 2006-  

9. 1,126-Domanick Davis, LSU (94 returns) 1999-2002

10. 1,119-Harry Gilmer, Alabama (83 returns) 1944-47

1,119-Greg Richardson, Alabama (125 returns) 1983-86

Kickoff Return Yards

  1. 2,498-Derek Pegues, Miss. State (112 returns) 2005-08  

2. 2,315-Derek Abney, Kentucky (95 returns) 2000-03  

3. 2,263-Mark Johnson, Vanderbilt (107 returns) 1986-88, 90 

4. 2,168-Domanick Davis, LSU (95 returns) 1999-2002

  5.  2,047-Brandon James, Florida (84 returns) 2006-  

6. 2,004-Tony Jackson, Vanderbilt (85 returns) 1989-93  

7. 1,862-Tony James, Miss. State (78 returns) 1989-92  

8. 1,854-Willie Gault, Tennessee (78 returns) 1979-82  

9. 1,788-Leonard Scott, Tennessee (77 returns) 1999-2002

10. 1,780-Robert Dow, LSU (70 returns) 1973-76

Highest Active Player

1,620-Javier Arenas, Alabama (72 returns) 2006-

Yards Punted

1. 12,171 - Jim Arnold, Vanderbilt (277 punts) 1979-82     

2. 11,562 - Blake McAdams, Mississippi State (293 punts-SEC Record) 2005-08     

3.  11,549 - Jim Miller, Ole Miss (266 punts) 1976-79  

4.  11,336 - Bill Marinangel, Vanderbilt (272 punts) 1993-96 

5.  11,260 - Bill Smith, Ole Miss (254 punts) 1983-86 

6.  10,216 - Dustin Colquitt, Tennessee (240 punts) 2001-04 

7.  10,179 - Lewis Colbert, Auburn (244 punts) 1982-85       

8.  10,177 - Matt Wait, Arkansas (251 punts) 1994-97  

9.  10,021 - Cody Ridgeway, Ole Miss (238 punts) 2001-04     

10.  9,842 - Damon Duval, Auburn (227 punts) 1999-02

Rushing Yards by Quarterbacks  

1. 2,535-Matt Jones, Arkansas 2001-04 

2. 2,280-John Bond, Mississippi State 1980-83

  3. 2,038-Tim Tebow, Florida 2006- 

4. 1,884-Phil Gargis, Auburn 1973-76 

5. 1,868-Don Smith, Mississippi State 1983-86

  6. 1,799-Andy Johnson, Georgia 1971-73 

7. 1,764-Derrick Ramsey, Kentucky 1975-77 

8. 1,759-Harry Gilmer, Alabama 1944-47

  9. 1,703-Jimmy Sidle, Auburn 1962-64

10. 1,484-Mike Fanuzzi, Kentucky 1971-74

Total Kick Return Yardage (Punt + Kickoff) 

1. 3,357-Derek Abney, Kentucky (88/1,042 PR, 95/2,315 KOR) 2000-03 

2. 3,294-Domanick Davis, LSU (94/1126 PR, 95/2168 KOR) 1999-2002

  3. 3,290-Derek Pegues, Miss. State (112/2498 KOR, 78/792 PR) 2005-08 

4. 3,194-Tony James, Miss. State (121/1,332 PR, 78/1,862 KOR) 1989-92

  5. 3,187-Brandon James, Florida (84/2047 KOR, 88/1,140 PR) 2006-

  6. 2,901-Javier Arenas, Alabama (72/1620 KOR, 94/1,281 PR) 2006- 

7. 2,690-Thomas Bailey, Auburn (125/1,170 PR, 74/1,520 KOR) 1991-94 

8. 2,513-Willie Gault, Tennessee (78/659 PR, 78/1,854 KOR) 1979-82 

9. 2,263-Mark Johnson, Vanderbilt (107/2,263 KOR) 1986-88, 90

10. 2,253-Dicky Lyons, Kentucky (69/1,065 PR, 56/1,188 KOR) 1966-68

Punt Return Touchdowns 

1. 6- Derek Abney, Kentucky 2000-03

6- Javier Arenas, Alabama 2006-  

2. 5- Lee Nalley, Vanderbilt 1947-49 

3. 4- Tom McWilliams, Miss. State 1944-47

4- Bobby Majors, Tennessee 1969-71

4- Steve Tannen, Florida 1967-69

4- Buzy Rosenberg, Georgia 1970-72

4- David Palmer, Alabama 1991-93

4- Jacquez Green, Florida 1995-97

4- Skyler Green, LSU 2002-05

4- Brandon James, Florida 2006-

Kickoff Return Touchdowns  

1. 4- Willie Gault, Tennessee 1979-82

4- Felix Jones, Arkansas 2005-07

Total Kick/Punt Return Touchdowns 

1. 8- Derek Abney, Kentucky (6 PR, 2 KOR) 2000-03 

2. 6- Lee Nalley, Vanderbilt (5 PR, 1 KOR) 1947-49

6- Javier Arenas, Alabama (6 PR) 2006-

  4. 5- Pinky Rohm, LSU (3 PR, 2 KOR) 1937

5- Brandon James, Florida (4 PR, 1 KOR) 2006-

5- Willie Gault, Tennessee (1 PR, 4 KOR) 1979-82

5- Tom McWilliams, Miss. State (4 PR, 1 KOR) 1944-48

Interceptions 

1. 20- Bobby Wilson, Ole Miss (379 yards) 1946-49

20- Chris Williams, LSU (91 yards) 1977-80 

3. 19- Glen Cannon, Ole Miss (180 yards) 1967-69 

19- Antonio Langham, Alabama (229 yards) 1990-93 

5. 18- Buddy McClinton, Auburn (251 yards) 1967-69 

18- Tim Priest, Tennessee (305 yards) 1968-70 

7. 16- Harry Gilmer, Alabama (234 yards) 1944-47

16- Jake Scott, Georgia (315 yards) 1967-68

16- Mike Jones, Tennessee (305 yards) 1967-69

16- Harry Harrison, Ole Miss (242 yards) 1971-73

16- Jeremiah Castille, Alabama (186 yards) 1979-82

16- John Mangum, Alabama (95 yards) 1986-89

Highest Active Player

12-Eric Berry, Tennessee (467 yards - SEC Career Record) 2007-

10-Trevard Lindley, Kentucky (113 yards) 2006-

Tackles

  1. 547 - Andy Spiva, Tennessee 1973-76

  2. 528 - Freddie Smith, Auburn 1976-79

528 - Jeff Herrod, Ole Miss 1984-87

  4. 521 - Jim Kovach, Kentucky 1974-76, 1978

  5. 482 - Chris Chenault, Kentucky 1985-88

  6. 475 - David Little, Florida 1977-80

475 - Jeff Kremer, Kentucky 1984-87

  8. 472 - Kem Coleman, Ole Miss 1974-77

  9. 470 - Marty Moore, Kentucky 1990-93

10. 467 - Scot Brantley, Florida 1976-79

467 - Ben Zambiasi, Georgia 1974-77

467 - Ray Costict, Mississippi State 1973-76

Sacks

1.  52.0 - Derrick Thomas, Alabama 1985-88

2. 49.0 - Billy Jackson, Mississippi State 1980-83

3. 37.0 - Ben Williams, Ole Miss 1972-75

4. 36.0 - David Pollack, Georgia 2001-04

5. 33.0 - Alex Brown, Florida 1998-01

6. 32.0 - Reggie White, Tennessee 1980-83

7. 29.0 - Richard Tardits, Georgia 1985-88

8. 28.0 - Jimmy Payne, Georgia 1978-82

28.0 - Leonard Little, Tennessee 1995-97

10. 27.5 - Mitch Davis, Georgia 1990-93

Highest Active Player

24.0-Eric Norwood, South Carolina 2006-

21.5-Greg Hardy, Ole Miss 2006-

Tackles for Loss

1.   74.0 - Derrick Thomas, Alabama 1985-88

2. 59.0 - Kindal Moorehead, Alabama 1998-2002

3. 58.0 - Wilber Marshall, Florida 1980-83

58.0 - David Pollack, Georgia 2001-04

5. 55.0 - Alonzo Johnson, Florida 1981-85

55.0 - Anthony McFarland, LSU 1995-98

7. 53.0 - Leonard Little, Tennessee 1995-97

8. 51.5 - Derrick Harvey, Florida 2005-07

9. 51.0 - Reggie White, Tennessee 1980-83

10. 50.5 - Huey Richardson, Florida 1987-90

11. 49.0 - Clifford Charlton, Florida 1984-87

49.0 - Billy Jackson, Mississippi State 1980-83

Highest Active Player

45.0 - Eric Norwood, South Carolina 2006-

33.0 - Greg Hardy, Ole Miss 2006-

Passes Deflected

1.   49 - Corey Webster, LSU 2001-04

2. 47 - John Mangum, Alabama 1985-88

3. 44 - Chevis Jackson, LSU 2004-07

4. 42 - Anthone Lott, Florida 1993-96

5. 40 - LaRon Landry, LSU 2003-06

40 - Carlos Rogers, Auburn 2001-04

7. 39 - Larry Kennedy, Florida 1991-94

8. 37 - Trevard Lindley, Kentucky 2006-

9. 36 - Sheldon Brown, South Carolina 1998-20

36 - Robert Davis, Vanderbilt 1990-93

Highest Active Player

24 - Joe Haden, Florida 2007-

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