After a slow start to 2015, Tennessee won six straight to close the season, including three against SEC East opponents. That makes the Volunteers 386-241-33 against teams currently in the SEC.

A loss to Arkansas and a win over South Carolina made the Gamecocks the team Tennessee has the second-best winning percentage against in the conference behind Texas A&M. Tennessee also won its first game all time against Missouri, and slipped deeper into a hole against arch-rival Alabama.

A win over Georgia not only moved Tennessee ahead of the Bulldogs in the all-time series, but it meant Tennessee has the same winning percentage against Georgia and Auburn.

Texas A&M 2-0 1.000
South Carolina 25-7-2 .735
Arkansas 13-5 .720
Kentucky 78-24-9 .693
Vanderbilt 75-29-5 .688
Ole Miss 44-20-1 .676
LSU 20-9-3 .625
Mississippi State 28-16-1 .622
Georgia 22-21-2 .488
Auburn 21-28-3 .488
Florida 19-26-3 .395
Alabama 38-53-7 .387
Missouri 1-3 .250