The SEC had a hugely successful bowl season — setting a record with eight conference wins – and with one game still to play, the conference is has a shot at bringing home another national championship, which would be the league’s eighth since 2007.

Here are some of the best plays from bowl season in the SEC:

Texas Bowl – Texas Tech defenders back away from Leonard Fournette

I can’t blame these guys for this.

Birmingham Bowl – Auburn turns away Paxton Lynch and changes the game

For as well as Auburn’s defense played in Wednesday’s Birmingham Bowl, there was a moment at which it might be undone — Memphis was driving and facing 3rd-and-goal at Auburn’s 6-yard line.

They didn’t threaten again.

Citrus Bowl – Razzle dazzle for 6

Florida didn’t look great on New Year’s Day, but their one touchdown was pretty sweet.

Belk Bowl – Prescott’s sendoff

Not a “play,” but Dak Prescott’s heartfelt ovation from Mississippi State fans at the end of a record-breaking performance against NC State was a highlight of bowl season.

Outback Bowl – Dobbs, Hurd eviscerate Northwestern

You’re on notice for 2016, SEC.

Sugar Bowl – Laremy Tunsil and the Fat Guy Touchdown


Taxslayer Bowl – The Wild Dog

This game was kind of a slog, until UGA found some Magic from Terry Godwin.

Cotton Bowl – Meet Calvin Ridley

Officials waved off this TD at first, but the decision was overturned on replay.

The touchdown broke the game open; one possession later, Ridley buried the Spartans with a 50-yard TD reception.

Bonus shot from this game: Nick Saban and C-Murder

But, please, please, PLEASE, nobody tell him the lyrics to this song.

Liberty Bowl – Love me some Alex Collins

The Razorbacks running back puts the exclamation point on a record-setting season.