2023 SEC Football Standings – College Football

    The SEC Football Standings for the 2023 college football season featuring the Georgia Bulldogs vs. Alabama Crimson Tide in the Championship.

    The 2023 Southeastern Conference football season is underway. The SEC Football Standings are up-to-date below, following the action every single week.

    2023 SEC Football Standings

    Below, find the SEC Football Standings, complete with win-loss record, points scored, records at home or away, and other data points for the 2023 season in the SEC Conference.

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    Overall W-LPFPAHome W-LAway W-LStreakConf. W-LConf. PFConf. PA
    Georgia Bulldogs12-14992167-04-0L18-0302135
    Missouri Tigers10-24092686-13-1W36-2287185
    Tennessee Volunteers8-43782646-11-3W14-4195221
    Kentucky Wildcats7-53432984-33-2W13-5198233
    Florida Gators5-73413314-21-4L53-5244269
    South Carolina Gamecocks5-73123165-20-4L13-5203220
    Vanderbilt Commodores2-102744342-40-6L100-8135317
    Alabama Crimson Tide12-14562396-15-0W118-0266161
    Ole Miss Rebels10-24182687-03-2W26-2225215
    LSU Tigers9-35573337-02-2W36-2343264
    Texas A&M Aggies7-54102566-10-4L14-4240185
    Auburn Tigers6-63272633-43-2L23-5199195
    Mississippi State Bulldogs5-72623194-41-3L11-7101240
    Arkansas Razorbacks4-83193353-41-3L11-7160258

    Current SEC East Standings

    1) Georgia Bulldogs (12-1, 9-0)
    2) Missouri Tigers (10-2, 6-2)
    3) Tennessee Volunteers (8-4, 4-4)
    4) Kentucky Wildcats (7-5, 3-5)
    5) Florida Gators (5-7, 3-5)
    6) South Carolina Gamecocks (5-7, 3-5)
    7) Vanderbilt Commodores (2-10, 0-8)

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    Current SEC West Standings

    1) Alabama Crimson Tide (12-1, 8-0)
    2) Ole Miss Rebels (10-2, 6-2)
    3) LSU Tigers (9-3, 6-2)
    4) Texas A&M Aggies (7-5, 4-4)
    5) Auburn Tigers (6-6, 3-5)
    6) Mississippi State Bulldogs (5-7, 1-7)
    7) Arkansas Razorbacks (4-8, 1-7)

    How Many Teams Play in the SEC?

    With conference realignment chatter dominating the offseason, the SEC went into 2023 unchanged. Though it will ultimately look different when Texas and Oklahoma join the SEC in 2024, the current 14 member universities of the Southeastern Conference have remained the same since Missouri and Texas A&M joined in 2012.

    The SEC teams as of July 1, 2023:

    SEC East Division

    • University of Florida
    • University of Georgia
    • University of Kentucky
    • University of Missouri
    • University of South Carolin
    • University of Tennessee
    • Vanderbilt University

    SEC West Division

    • University of Alabama
    • University of Arkansas
    • Auburn University
    • Louisiana State University
    • University of Mississippi
    • Mississippi State University
    • Texas A&M University

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