Playing in the SEC West continues to be a tall order as, similar to the overall records, the division also controls home field advantage across the league.

The records of the league’s most surprising teams in recent years, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and South Carolina, continue to hold up despite some stumbles last season in Starkville and Columbia.

And like Georgia’s overall record, the Bulldogs have a high winning percentage, but still lingering blemishes that cause irritations.

Newcomers Missouri and Texas A&M have produced multiple winning seasons since joining the league in 2012.

Here’s a look at how every SEC team has fared in in true home games the past five seasons:

Alabama: 32-3; .914 winning percentage
LSU: 31-4; .889
Georgia: 29-4; .879
South Carolina: 26-8; .765
Mississippi State: 25-9; .735
Auburn: 26-10; .722
Florida: 24-10; .706
Missouri: 22-11; .667
Texas A&M: 22-12; .647
Arkansas: 22-13; .629
Ole Miss: 22-13; .629
Tennessee: 22-14; .611
Vanderbilt: 19-13; .594
Kentucky: 17-19; .472