Flip through an SEC football media guide and you’ll notice a peculiar thing: AboutĀ half the conference’s All-Americans have played offensive line.

The SEC didn’t always dominate the college football landscape — the conference produced nothing like seven consecutive BCS championships prior to the 2000s — but it always has dominated the line of scrimmage.

Excluding Missouri and Texas A&M, which joined the SEC prior to the 2012 football season, the other 12 conference members have combined to produce 200 different first-team All-Americans at offensive line.

Not surprisingly, Alabama leads the conference with 37 different first-team All-Americans, including an SEC single-season best of three(!) in 2012. But nine different SEC schools have produced double-digit All-Americans at the position group.

Here are the All-American offensive linemen for every current SEC team.

ALABAMA (37)

1915: T W.T. “Bully” Van de Graaff
1930: T Fred Sington
1933: G Tom Hupke
1934: T Bill Lee
1936: G Arthur “Tarzan” White
1937: T James Ryba, G Leroy Monsky
1939: C Carey Cox
1942: T Don Whitmire, C Joe Domnanovich
1945: C Vaughn Mancha
1954: T George Mason
1961: T Billy Neighbors
1962: C Lee Roy Jordan
1964: T Dan Kearley, G Wayne Freeman
1965: C Paul Crane
1966: G Cecil Dowdy, T Richard Cole
1968: G Sam Gellerstedt
1969: G Alvin Samples
1971: T John Hannah
1972: T John Hannah, C Jim Krapf
1973: T Buddy Brown
1974: C Sylvester Croom
1979: OT Jim Bunch, C Dwight Stephenson
1999: OT Chris Samuels
2008: OT Andre Smith, C Antoine Caldwell
2009: OL Mike Johnson
2011: OT Barrett Jones
2012: C Barrett Jones, OL Chance Warmack, OT D.J. Fluker
2013: OL Cyrus Kouandjio

ARKANSAS (13)

1954: G Bud Brooks
1964: C Ronnie Caveness
1967: OT Glen Ray Hines
1968: G Jim Barnes
1969: C Rodney Brand
1977: G Leotis Harris
1979: OT Greg Kolenda
1982: G Steve Korte
1989: OT Jim Mabry
1998: G Brandon Burlsworth
2002: OT Shawn Andrews
2003: OT Shawn Andrews
2007: C Jonathan Luigs

AUBURN (21)

1937: C Walter Gilbert
1944: C Caleb “Tex” Warrington
1955: T Frank D’Agostino
1958: G Zeke Smith, C Jackie Burkett
1959: G Zeke Smith, T Ken Rice
1960: T Ken Rice
1965: T Jack Thornton
1968: T Dave Campbell
1973: C Steve Taylor
1981: OT Keith Uecker
1985: C Ben Tamburello
1986: C Ben Tamburello
1987: OT Stacy Searels
1989: G Ed King
1990: G Ed King
1997: OT Victor Riley
2004: OT Marcus McNeil
2005: OT Marcus McNeil
2010: OT Lee Ziemba

FLORIDA (14)

1952: T Charles LaPradd
1956: G John Barrow
1958: T Val Heckman
1964: T Dennis Murphy
1965: G Larry Gagner
1966: C Bill Carr
1968: G Guy Dennis
1974: G Burton Lawless
1984: OT Lomas Brown
1985: G Jeff Zimmerman
1986: G Jeff Zimmerman
1995: OT Jason Odom
2001: OL Mike Pearson
2009: C Maurkice Pouncey

GEORGIA (31)

1923: T Joe Bennett
1930: G Ralph “Red” Maddox
1945: T Mike Castronis
1946: G Herb St. John
1959: G Pat Dye
1960: G Pat Dye
1964: T Jim Wilson, T Ray Rissmiller
1965: T George Patton
1966: T George Patton, G Edgar Chandler
1967: G Edgar Chandler
1968: T Bill Stanfill
1969: G Steve Greer, C Tommy Lyons
1970: C Tommy Lyons
1971: G Royce Smith
1974: G Craig Hertwig
1975: G Randy Johnson
1976: G Joel Parrish, T Mike Wilson
1977: G George Collins
1982: T Jimmy Payne
1985: C Peter Anderson
1986: T Wilbur Stozier
1988: C Todd Wheeler
1993: OT Bernard Williams
1997: OT Matt Stinchcomb
1998: OT Matt Stinchcomb
2002: OT Jon Stinchcomb
2005: OL Max Jean-Gilles

KENTUCKY (12)

1942: T Clyde Johnson
1949: T Bob Gain
1950: T Bob Gain
1951: C Doug Moseley
1956: T Lou Michaels
1957: T Lou Michaels
1961: C Irv Goode
1963: T Hershel Turner
1965: T Sam Ball
1974: C Rick Nuzum
1976: T Warren Bryant
1989: OT Mike Pfeifer

LSU (18)

1951: C George Tarasovic
1954: T Sid Fournet
1958: C Max Fugler
1961: G Roy Winston
1962: T Fred Miller
1964: T Remi Prudhomme
1965: T George Rice
1971: T Ronnie Estay
1973: G Tyler Lafauci
1978: OT Robert Dugas
1984: OT Lance Smith
1987: C Nacho Albergamo
1997: G Alan Faneca
1998: C Todd McClure
2003: OL Stephen Peterman
2004: C Ben Wilkerson
2008: OL Herman Johnson
2011: G Will Blackwell

MISSISSIPPI STATE (3)

1954: C Hal Easterwood
1955: G Scott Suber
1982: G Wayne Harris

MISSOURI^

None.

OLE MISS (14)

1936: T Frank “Bruiser” Kinard
1937: T Frank “Bruiser” Kinard
1952: T Kline Gilbert
1953: G Crawford Mims
1954: T Rex Boggan
1957: G Jackie Simpson
1959: G Marvin Terrell
1961: T Jim Dunaway, G Treva Bolin
1962: T Jim Dunaway
1963: C Kenny Dill
1967: T Jim Urbanek
1992: OT Everett Lindsay
2001: OT Terrence Metcalf
2008: OT Michael Oher

SOUTH CAROLINA (2)

1954: G Frank Mincevich
1984: G Del Wilkes

TENNESSEE (28)

1938: G Bob Suffridge
1939: G Bob Suffridge, G Ed Molinski, T Abe Shires
1940: G Bob Suffridge
1944: G Bob Dobelstein
1946: T Dick Huffman
1950: G Ted Daffer
1951: G Ted Daffer, T Bill Pearman
1952: T Doug Atkins, G John Michels
1954: T Darris McCord
1957: G Bill Johnson
1963: G Steve DeLong
1964: G Steve DeLong
1966: C Bob Johnson
1967: C Bob Johnson
1968: G Charley Rosenfelder
1969: G Chip Kell
1970: G Chip Kell
1984: G Bill Mayo
1987: G Harry Galbreath
1989: G Eric Still
1990: OT Antone Davis
1994: G Jeff Smith
1999: OL Cosey Coleman
2004: OL Michael Munoz
2006: OL Aaron Sears

TEXAS A&M (2)^

2012: OT Luke Joeckel
2013: OT Jake Matthews

VANDERBILT (6)

1929: G John “Bull” Brown
1932: C Pete Gracey
1937: C Carl Hinkle
1941: C Bob Gude
1958: G George Deiderich
1969: T Bob Asher

^Does not include first-team All-Americans prior to 2012 when the program joined the Southeastern Conference.