According to an article posted at fightingators.com and reprinted at Scout.com, Florida has won the SEC all-sports award 15 times in the past 16 years. A 14-year streak ended in 2005. Florida prevailed in 2006 by winning the men's all-sports title, the women's all-sports title and the combined all-sports title.
In addition to its titles in football and men's basketball, Florida claimed 2006-07 SEC championships in four women's sports – tennis, volleyball, soccer and gymnastics.
Tennessee's men won the SEC outdoor track championships and the SEC golf tournament. The Vols tied for second in basketball (10-6 in league play), tied for third in tennis (7-4 in league play), placed fourth in swimming and diving, fifth in football (5-3 in league play) and eighth in baseball (13-15 in league play).
The Lady Vols claimed league titles in basketball (14-0) and softball (23-4). They placed second in soccer (6-3-2), third in golf, fourth in outdoor track, fifth in swimming, tied for fifth in tennis (6-5) and volleyball (10-10).
The SEC used to compiled the all-sports rankings each year but that duty now falls to the Gainesville Sun. The all-sports award is sponsored by The New York Times Regional Newspaper Group.