2007 SEC FOOTBALL QUICK HITTERS
• LSU defeated
• The SEC is the only league to currently have five football coaches who have won a national championship.
Les Miles, LSU (won title in 2007)
• The SEC had five teams ranked in the top 15 of the final Associated Press poll and five of the top 16 in the final USA Today coaches poll - the most of any conference. The SEC had five of the top 15 teams in the final AP poll four previous times (1952, 1971, 1997 and 2005) and five of the top 16 teams in the final USA Today poll four times since conference expansion (1992, 1997, 1999, 2005).
• LSU and Georgia finished 1-2 in the final AP poll marking the first time the SEC has accomplished that feat and the first time for any conference since 1971 (Big Eight).
• The SEC finished the 2007-08 bowl season with a 7-2 record. The seven wins are the most bowl victories by any conference in NCAA history. The league had won six bowl games last year and five bowl games six times with the latest coming in 2003.
• In 2007, the SEC led all NCAA FBS conferences with a 82.4 winning percentage in non-conference games. The SEC posted a 47-10 overall non-conference mark, edging out the Big 12 Conference with a 41-15 mark (73.2 percent) and the Big Ten Conference at 38-14 (73.1 percent). The 47 non-conference wins by the SEC ties the most by the league in its history (47 in 2006).
• The SEC finished the 2007 season with eight teams earning at least eight-or-more victories for the second straight season. Before the last season, the most teams in a season that had eight wins was six in 2002 and 2003.
• The SEC drew a conference record 6.6 million fans to its games in 2007, the most by any conference in NCAA history. In 89 game dates, the SEC averaged 75,139 fans per game, which is also the best in NCAA history. SEC games filled stadiums at 97.7 percent of capacity, which is the highest since 2001.
• SEC student-athletes won 12 individual national awards this season, an SEC all-time high with LSU's Glenn Dorsey winning four,
• The SEC had seven football student-athletes earn first-team All-America mention in 2007. Included are consensus All-