SEC away records since 2000, only five teams above .500
The wonderful folks over at Reddit.com produced an awesome post on college football teams’ records on the road.
Now, it doesn’t include neutral site games; it includes games in the other teams’ home stadiums and against FBS opponents, too.
You can see the full and final tally for college football here, but I’ll highlight the SEC’s 14 programs below:
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Georgia Bulldogs: 48-17 (.74)
LSU Tigers: 41-24 (.63)
Florida Gators: 38-24 (.61)
Alabama Crimson Tide: 40-26 (.61)
Auburn Tigers: 34-32 (.52)
Missouri Tigers: 35-36 (.49)
Texas A&M Aggies: 34-36 (.49)
Tennessee Volunteers: 34-36 (.49)
South Carolina Gamecocks: 34-38 (.47)
Arkansas Razorbacks: 25-39 (.39)
Ole Miss Rebels: 23-48 (.32)
Mississippi State Bulldogs: 24-51 (.32)
Vanderbilt Commodores: 22-55 (.29)
Kentucky Wildcats: 15-56 (.21)
- Only five SEC teams finished above .500. Is that surprising? Not too much. Playing on the road in this conference is tough. It’s a nasty environment against top tier talent since 2000.
- The Georgia Bulldogs stand above the rest, and ironically, the Bulldogs were the SEC’s only top tier historical power to not win the BCS Championship.
- Four teams — UGA, LSU, Florida and Alabama — finished with winning percentages above .600, which is impressive. Again, of the four, UGA was the only team not to win a national championship.
You can see the rest of college football’s road winning percentages here.