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2015 Southeastern Conference football season

The 2015 Southeastern Conference football season represented the 83rd season of SEC football taking place during the 2015 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The season began on September 3 with South Carolina defeating North Carolina on ESPN.[1] This was the fourth season for the SEC under realignment that took place in 2012 adding Texas A&M and Missouri from the Big 12 Conference. The SEC is a Power Five conference under the College Football Playoff format along with the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Big 12 Conference, the Big Ten Conference, and the Pac-12 Conference.

2015 Southeastern Conference football season
Southeastern Conference logo.svg
LeagueNCAA Division I FBS
SportFootball
DurationSeptember 3, 2015
through January 11, 2016
Number of teams14
Total attendance7,507,763
TV partner(s)ABC, CBS, CBSSN, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, FS1, SECN
Regular season
Season MVPDerrick Henry (Offensive)
Reggie Ragland (Defensive)
East championsFlorida
  East runners-upGeorgia, Tennessee
West championsAlabama
  West runners-upOle Miss
SEC Championship Game
ChampionsAlabama
  Runners-upFlorida
Finals MVPDerrick Henry
Football seasons
← 2014
2016 →
2015 SEC football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
East Division
No. 25 Florida x   7 1         10 4  
No. 22 Tennessee   5 3         9 4  
Georgia   5 3         10 3  
Vanderbilt   2 6         4 8  
Kentucky   2 6         5 7  
Missouri   1 7         5 7  
South Carolina   1 7         3 9  
West Division
No. 1 Alabama x$#^   7 1         14 1  
No. 10 Ole Miss   6 2         10 3  
Arkansas   5 3         8 5  
No. 16 LSU   5 3         9 3  
Texas A&M   4 4         8 5  
Mississippi State   4 4         9 4  
Auburn   2 6         7 6  
Championship: Alabama 29, Florida 15
    1. – College Football Playoff champion
  • ^ – College Football Playoff participant
  • $ – Conference champion
  • x – Division champion/co-champions
Rankings from AP Poll

The SEC consists of 14 members: Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M, and Vanderbilt; and is split up into the East and West divisions, with the champion of each division meeting in Atlanta to compete for the SEC Championship on December 5. Alabama began the season as defending SEC champions as they defeated Missouri in the previous year's championship game. Alabama would then go on to participate in the first ever College Football Playoff as the number one overall seed, and would lose their semi-final match to eventual National Champion Ohio State by a score of 42–35.[2]

The SEC entered the 2015 season with high expectations, including a record 10 teams ranked in the preseason AP Poll.[3] Great finishes and bowl wins for teams like Tennessee and Arkansas at the conclusion of 2014, in addition to traditional favorites Alabama, Georgia, LSU, and Florida, led many to predict a huge year for the SEC. However, the regular season featured early non-conference upsets including Toledo over Arkansas and Memphis over Ole Miss, and down years from Auburn, Missouri, and South Carolina. Alabama was crowned SEC champions after defeating Florida in the SEC Championship Game, and earned their second consecutive appearance in the College Football Playoff. As the number two overall seed, the Tide defeated Michigan State in the Cotton Bowl 38–0, and capped off the season with a 45–40 victory in the National Championship Game over Clemson. The victory secured Alabama's fourth national championship in seven years, and the eighth national championship for the SEC in ten seasons.[4]

PreseasonEdit

Recruiting classesEdit

National Rankings
Team ESPN[5] Rivals[6] Scout[7] 24/7[8] Total Signees
Alabama #1 #2 #2 #1 24
Arkansas #22 #25 #22 #23 24
Auburn #7 #6 #3 #9 27
Florida #20 #23 #29 #21 20
Georgia #8 #7 #5 #10 29
Kentucky #43 #35 #44 #40 23
LSU #10 #8 #12 #5 25
Ole Miss #19 #21 #16 #17 22
Mississippi State #16 #16 #18 #18 28
Missouri #18 #27 #26 #25 23
South Carolina #21 #19 #20 #19 31
Tennessee #5 #5 #4 #4 27
Texas A&M #12 #10 #10 #12 25
Vanderbilt #44 #47 #72 #46 18

SEC Media DaysEdit

Media PollsEdit

The SEC Media Days concluded with its annual preseason media polls. In a surprising result, the media voted Auburn the team most likely to win the SEC championship, while Alabama was selected to win their division, the SEC West. Below are the results of the media poll with total points received next to each school and first-place votes in parentheses.

SEC Champion Voting

  • Auburn – 96
  • Alabama – 80
  • Georgia – 28
  • LSU – 9
  • Ole Miss – 3
  • Arkansas – 3
  • Texas A&M – 2
  • Mississippi State – 1
  • Florida – 1

References:[9][10][11]

Preseason All-SEC: MediaEdit

First Team Offense
Position Player Class Team
QB Dak Prescott SR Mississippi State
RB Nick Chubb SO Georgia
RB Leonard Fournette SO LSU
WR Laquon Treadwell JR Ole Miss
WR D'haquille Williams SR Auburn
TE Evan Engram JR Ole Miss
OL Cam Robinson SO Alabama
OL Laremy Tunsil JR Ole Miss
OL Vadal Alexander SR LSU
OL John Theus SR Georgia
C Ryan Kelly SR Alabama
First Team Defense
Position Player Class Team
DL Robert Nkemdiche JR Ole Miss
DL A'Shawn Robinson JR Alabama
DL Myles Garrett SO Texas A&M
DL Carl Lawson SO Auburn
LB Reggie Ragland SR Alabama
LB Jordan Jenkins SR Georgia
LB Curt Maggitt SR Tennessee
DB Vernon Hargreaves III JR Florida
DB Cyrus Jones SR Alabama
DB Jonathan Jones SR Auburn
DB Jalen Mills SR LSU
First Team Special Teams
Position Player Class Team
P JK Scott SO Alabama
K Marshall Morgan SR Georgia
RS Speedy Noil SO Texas A&M
AP Pharoh Cooper JR South Carolina

Preseason All-SEC: CoachesEdit

First Team Offense
Position Player Class Team
QB Dak Prescott SR Mississippi State
RB Nick Chubb SO Georgia
RB Leonard Fournette SO LSU
WR Laquon Treadwell JR Ole Miss
WR Pharoh Cooper JR South Carolina
TE Evan Engram JR Ole Miss
OL Cam Robinson SO Alabama
OL Laremy Tunsil JR Ole Miss
OL Vadal Alexander SR LSU
OL John Theus SR Georgia
C Mike Matthews SR Texas A&M
AP Pharoh Cooper JR South Carolina
First Team Defense
Position Player Class Team
DL Robert Nkemdiche JR Ole Miss
DL A'Shawn Robinson JR Alabama
DL Myles Garrett SO Texas A&M
DL Chris Jones JR Mississippi State
LB Reggie Ragland SR Alabama
LB Jordan Jenkins SR Georgia
LB Curt Maggitt SR Tennessee
DB Vernon Hargreaves III JR Florida
DB Cyrus Jones SR Alabama
DB Jonathan Jones SR Auburn
DB Jalen Mills SR LSU
First Team Special Teams
Position Player Class Team
P JK Scott SO Alabama
K Marshall Morgan SR Georgia
RS Pharoh Cooper JR South Carolina

References:[12][13][14]

Head CoachesEdit

Only one SEC team changed head coaches for the 2015 season. Jim McElwain was hired to replace Will Muschamp at Florida. Muschamp's four-year tenure was filled with highs and lows, but he announced his resignation at the end of the season compiling a 28–22 record as the head coach, 17–15 in the SEC. Muschamp agreed to become the defensive coordinator for Auburn following his resignation. McElwain takes over the Gators after leading Colorado State to a 22–16 record in three seasons, turning the program into one of the best offensive teams in the country. McElwain had previously served as Alabama's offensive coordinator under Nick Saban from 2008 to 2011, winning two national titles.[15]

On October 12, halfway through the season with a 2–4 record (0–4 in SEC play), South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier unexpectedly resigned. Concerning his resignation Spurrier said, "My answer has always been the same: If it starts going south, starts going bad, then I need to get out. ... It's time for me to get out of the way and give somebody else a go at it." Spurrier was in his 11th season as head coach of the Gamecocks compiling a record of 86–49, the most wins in school history. After the resignation, offensive coordinator Shawn Elliott took over head coaching duties.[16]

Another coaching change took place during the season when on November 14, Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel announced that he would be resigning from his position at the conclusion of the season. Pinkel said he was resigning due to health reasons, citing his diagnoses with lymphoma earlier in May. The announcement came during a tumultuous time in Columbia as the university and community were also dealing with race relation issues which lead to the school's president and chancellor also resigning. Upon completing his 15th season at Missouri, Pinkel will finish his coaching career with the most wins, games coached, and bowl victories in program history.[17]

Two days after the regular season ended, the University of Georgia made the decision to fire 15th year head coach, Mark Richt. Richt finished his head coaching career at Georgia with a record of 145–51, the second-most wins in school history, 2 SEC championships, and a record of 9–5 in bowl games. Richt was replaced by long-time Alabama defensive coordinator, Kirby Smart, a Georgia alumnae and former player. It is Smart's first head coaching job. Only 3 days after leaving Georgia, Richt was announced as the new head coach for the Miami Hurricanes, where he also is a former alumnae and player.[18][19]

Note: The stats shown are before the beginning of the season.

Team Head coach Years at school Overall record Record at school SEC record
Alabama Nick Saban 9 177–59–1 86–17 50–11
Arkansas Bret Bielema 3 78–39 10–15 2–14
Auburn Gus Malzahn 3 29–10 20–7 11–5
Florida Jim McElwain 1 22–16 0–0 0–0
Georgia Mark Richt 15 136–48 136–48 78–34
Kentucky Mark Stoops 3 7–17 7–17 2–14
LSU Les Miles 11 131–50 103–29 56–24
Ole Miss Hugh Freeze 4 54–22 24–15 11–13
Mississippi State Dan Mullen 7 46–31 46–31 22–26
Missouri Gary Pinkel 15 186–103–3 113–66 16–8
South Carolina Steve Spurrier 11 226–85–2 84–45 44–36
Tennessee Butch Jones 3 62–40 12–13 5–11
Texas A&M Kevin Sumlin 4 63–28 28–11 13–11
Vanderbilt Derek Mason 2 3–9 3–9 0–8

References:[20][21]

RankingsEdit

Legend
    Increase in ranking
  Decrease in ranking
  Not ranked previous week
RV Received votes but were not ranked in Top 25 of poll
  Pre Wk
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Final
Alabama AP 3 2 2 12 13 8 10 8 7 (1) 7 (1) 3 (2) 3 (4) 2 (6) 2 (8) 2 (9) 1 (61)
C 3 (1) 2 (1) 2 (1) 12 13 10 9 8 7 7 4 (3) 3 (4) 2 (5) 2 (8) 2 (5) 1 (56)
CFP Not released 4 2 2 2 2 2
Arkansas AP 18 18 RV RV RV RV RV
C 20 18 RV RV RV RV RV
CFP Not released
Auburn AP 6 6 18 RV
C 7 7 15 25 RV
CFP Not released
Florida AP RV RV RV RV 25 11 8 13 11 11 11 8 10 18 19 25
C RV RV RV RV 23 12 11 14 12 12 10 8 9 15 18 25
CFP Not released 10 11 8 12 18 19
Georgia AP 9 10 7 7 8 19 RV RV RV RV RV RV RV RV
C 9 9 8 6 6 16 RV 25 23 RV RV RV RV 25 24
CFP Not released
Kentucky AP RV
C RV RV RV RV RV
CFP Not released
LSU AP 14 14 13 8 (1) 9 7 6 5 (1) 4 (5) 4 (5) 9 17 RV 23 22 16
C 13 15 14 9 8 5 (1) 5 (1) 5 (1) 4 (1) 4 (1) 9 17 RV 23 21 17
CFP Not released 2 9 15 21 20
Mississippi State AP RV 25 RV RV 21 RV RV RV 25 24 20 RV 23 RV RV RV
C RV RV RV RV 22 RV RV RV RV 25 20 25 22 RV RV RV
CFP Not released 20 17 21
Missouri AP 24 21 22 25 RV
C 23 21 20 23 RV RV
CFP Not released
Ole Miss AP 17 17 15 3 (11) 3 (10) 14 13 24 19 19 RV 25 19 16 16 10
C 15 14 11 5 5 (1) 13 12 23 21 19 RV 25 19 17 15 9
CFP Not released 18 22 18 13 12
South Carolina AP
C RV RV RV
CFP Not released
Tennessee AP 25 23 RV RV RV RV RV RV RV 22
C 25 23 RV RV RV RV RV RV 23
CFP Not released 25 23
Texas A&M AP RV 16 17 14 14 9 (1) 9 (1) 15 RV 25 RV RV RV
C RV 19 18 15 15 11 10 16 RV 24 RV RV RV RV RV
CFP Not released 19
Vanderbilt AP
C
CFP Not released

Regular seasonEdit

Index to colors and formatting
Non-conference matchup; SEC member won
Non-conference matchup; SEC member lost
Conference matchup

All times Eastern time. SEC teams in bold.

Rankings reflect those of the AP poll for that week until week 10 when CFP rankings are used.

Week OneEdit

Date Time Visiting team Home team Site Broadcast Result Attendance Reference
September 3 6:00 p.m. North Carolina South Carolina Bank of America StadiumCharlotte, North Carolina ESPN W 17–13 51,664 [22]
September 3 8:00 p.m. WKU Vanderbilt Vanderbilt StadiumNashville, Tennessee SECN L 12–14 30,307 [23]
September 5 12:00 p.m. Louisiana-Monroe #9 Georgia Sanford StadiumAthens, Georgia SECN W 51–14 92,746 [24]
September 5 12:00 p.m. Tennessee-Martin #17 Ole Miss Vaught–Hemingway StadiumOxford, Mississippi SECN W 76–3 60,186 [25]
September 5 3:30 p.m. UTEP #18 Arkansas Donald W. Reynolds Razorback StadiumFayetteville, Arkansas ESPNU W 48–13 67,708 [26]
September 5 3:30 p.m. Louisville #6 Auburn Georgia DomeAtlanta CBS W 31–24 73,927 [27]
September 5 4:00 p.m. Southeast Missouri State #24 Missouri Faurot FieldColumbia, Missouri SECN W 34–3 64,670 [28]
September 5 4:00 p.m. Bowling Green #25 Tennessee Nissan StadiumNashville, Tennessee SECN W 59–0 61,323 [29]
September 5 7:00 p.m. #15 Arizona State Texas A&M NRG StadiumHouston, Texas ESPN W 38–17 66,308 [30]
September 5 7:00 p.m. Louisiana-Lafayette Kentucky Commonwealth StadiumLexington, Kentucky ESPNU W 40–33 62,933 [31]
September 5 7:30 p.m. McNeese State #14 LSU Tiger StadiumBaton Rouge, Louisiana SECN Canceled[a] [32]
September 5 7:30 p.m. New Mexico State Florida Ben Hill Griffin StadiumGainesville, Florida SECN W 63–14 90,227 [33]
September 5 8:00 p.m. #20 Wisconsin #3 Alabama AT&T StadiumArlington, Texas ABC W 35–17 64,279 [34]
September 5 10:00 p.m. Mississippi State Southern Miss M. M. Roberts StadiumHattiesburg, Mississippi FS1 W 34–16 36,641 [35]
^[a] The game between LSU and McNeese State was canceled due to inclement weather. The game was delayed due to lightning after 5 minutes of play during each team held the ball for one drive and no one scored. Both schools' athletic directors decided not to reschedule the game, thus declaring it a "no contest". LSU agreed to pay McNeese State its promised fee of $500,000.

Players of the Week

Offensive Offensive lineman Defensive Defensive lineman Special teams Freshman
Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team
Derrick Henry Alabama Kyler Kerbyson Tennessee Skai Moore South Carolina Daeshon Hall Texas A&M Daniel Carlson Auburn Christian Kirk Texas A&M
Reference:[36]

Week TwoEdit

Date Time Visiting team Home team Site Broadcast Result Attendance Reference
September 12 12:00 p.m. Jacksonville State #6 Auburn Jordan–Hare StadiumAuburn, Alabama SECN W 27–20 OT 87,451 [37]
September 12 3:30 p.m. Fresno State #17 Ole Miss Vaught–Hemingway StadiumOxford, Mississippi ESPN2 W 73–21 60,302 [38]
September 12 3:30 p.m. #10 Georgia Vanderbilt Vanderbilt StadiumNashville, Tennessee CBS UGA 31–14 37,185 [39]
September 12 4:00 p.m. Middle Tennessee #2 Alabama Bryant–Denny StadiumTuscaloosa, Alabama SECN W 37–10 98,568 [40]
September 12 4:00 p.m. Toledo #18 Arkansas War Memorial StadiumLittle Rock, Arkansas SECN L 12–16 49,591 [41]
September 12 6:00 p.m. #19 Oklahoma #23 Tennessee Neyland StadiumKnoxville, Tennessee ESPN L 24–31 2OT 102,455 [42]
September 12 7:00 p.m. #21 Missouri Arkansas State Centennial Bank StadiumJonesboro, Arkansas ESPN3 W 27–20 29,143 [43]
September 12 7:00 p.m. Ball State #16 Texas A&M Kyle FieldCollege Station, Texas ESPNU W 56–23 104,213 [44]
September 12 7:00 p.m. East Carolina Florida Ben Hill Griffin StadiumGainesville, Florida ESPN2 W 31–24 88,034 [45]
September 12 7:30 p.m. Kentucky South Carolina Williams-Brice StadiumColumbia, South Carolina SECN UK 26–22 82,178 [46]
September 12 9:15 p.m. #14 LSU #25 Mississippi State Davis Wade StadiumStarkville, Mississippi ESPN LSU 21–19 62,531 [47]

Players of the Week

Offensive Offensive lineman Defensive Defensive lineman Special teams Freshman
Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team
Leonard Fournette LSU Ethan Pocic LSU Kentrell Brothers Missouri Jordan Jenkins Georgia Isaiah McKenzie Georgia Chris Westry Kentucky
Reference:[48]

Week ThreeEdit

Date Time Visiting team Home team Site Broadcast Result Attendance Reference
September 19 12:00 p.m. Connecticut #22 Missouri Faurot FieldColumbia, Missouri ESPN W 9–6 70,079 [49]
September 19 12:00 p.m. Nevada #17 Texas A&M Kyle FieldCollege Station, Texas SECN W 44–27 102,591 [50]
September 19 3:30 p.m. #18 Auburn #13 LSU Tiger StadiumBaton Rouge, Louisiana CBS LSU 45–21 102,321 [51]
September 19 4:00 p.m. Northwestern State Mississippi State Davis Wade StadiumStarkville, Mississippi SECN W 62–13 61,574 [52]
September 19 4:00 p.m. Austin Peay Vanderbilt Vanderbilt StadiumNashville, Tennessee SECN W 47–7 31,399 [53]
September 19 6:00 p.m South Carolina #7 Georgia Sanford StadiumAthens, Georgia ESPN UGA 52–20 92,746 [54]
September 19 7:00 p.m. Texas Tech Arkansas Donald W. Reynolds Razorback StadiumFayetteville, Arkansas ESPN2 L 24–35 73,334 [55]
September 19 7:00 p.m. Western Carolina Tennessee Neyland StadiumKnoxville, Tennessee ESPNU W 55–10 102,136 [56]
September 19 7:30 p.m. Florida Kentucky Commonwealth StadiumLexington, Kentucky SECN FLA 14–9 63,040 [57]
September 19 9:15 p.m. #15 Ole Miss #2 Alabama Bryant–Denny StadiumTuscaloosa, Alabama ESPN MISS 43–37 101,821 [58]

Players of the Week

Co–Offensive Offensive lineman Defensive Defensive lineman Special teams Freshman
Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team
Leonard Fournette
Greyson Lambert
LSU
Georgia
Vadal Alexander LSU Robert Nkemdiche Ole Miss Jonathan Bullard Florida Gary Wunderlich Ole Miss Preston Williams Tennessee
Reference:[59]

Week FourEdit

Date Time Visiting team Home team Site Broadcast Result Attendance Reference
September 26 12:00 p.m. Southern #7 Georgia Sanford StadiumAthens, Georgia SECN W 48–6 92,746 [60]
September 26 12:00 p.m. UCF South Carolina Williams-Brice StadiumColumbia, South Carolina ESPNU W 31–14 78,411 [61]
September 26 12:00 p.m. #8 LSU Syracuse Carrier DomeSyracuse, New York ESPN W 34–24 43,101 [62]
September 26 3:30 p.m. Tennessee Florida Ben Hill Griffin StadiumGainesville, Florida CBS FLA 28–27 90,527 [63]
September 26 4:00 p.m. Louisiana-Monroe #12 Alabama Bryant–Denny StadiumTuscaloosa, Alabama SECN W 34–0 101,323 [64]
September 26 7:00 p.m. Vanderbilt #3 Ole Miss Vaught–Hemingway StadiumOxford, Mississippi ESPNU MISS 27–16 60,654 [65]
September 26 7:00 p.m. #14 Texas A&M Arkansas AT&T StadiumArlington, Texas ESPN TAMU 28–21 OT 67,339 [66]
September 26 7:30 p.m. Mississippi State Auburn Jordan–Hare StadiumAuburn, Alabama ESPN2 MISS ST 17–9 87,451 [67]
September 26 7:30 p.m. #25 Missouri Kentucky Commonwealth StadiumLexington, Kentucky SECN UK 21–13 58,008 [68]

Players of the Week

Offensive Offensive lineman Defensive Defensive lineman Special teams Freshman
Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team
Leonard Fournette LSU Fahn Cooper Ole Miss Richie Brown Mississippi State Cory Johnson Kentucky Christian Kirk Texas A&M Antonio Callaway Florida
Reference:[69]

Week FiveEdit

Date Time Visiting team Home team Site Broadcast Result Attendance Reference
October 3 12:00 p.m South Carolina Missouri Faurot FieldColumbia, Missouri SECN MIZZOU 24–10 66,751 [70]
October 3 3:30 p.m. #13 Alabama #8 Georgia Sanford StadiumAthens, Georgia CBS ALA 38–10 92,746 [71]
October 3 4:00 p.m. San Jose State Auburn Jordan–Hare StadiumAuburn, Alabama SECN W 35–21 87,451 [72]
October 3 7:00 p.m. Eastern Michigan #9 LSU Tiger StadiumBaton Rouge, Louisiana ESPNU W 44–22 102,321 [73]
October 3 7:00 p.m. Vanderbilt Middle Tennessee Johnny "Red" Floyd StadiumMurfreesboro, Tennessee CBSSN W 17–13 25,411 [74]
October 3 7:00 p.m. #3 Ole Miss #25 Florida Ben Hill Griffin StadiumGainesville, Florida ESPN FLA 38–10 90,585 [75]
October 3 7:00 p.m. Arkansas Tennessee Neyland StadiumKnoxville, Tennessee ESPN2 ARK 24–20 101,265 [76]
October 3 7:30 p.m. #21 Mississippi State #14 Texas A&M Kyle FieldCollege Station, Texas SECN TAMU 30–17 104,455 [77]
October 3 7:30 p.m. Eastern Kentucky Kentucky Commonwealth StadiumLexington, Kentucky SECN W 34–27 OT 63,380 [78]

Players of the Week

Offensive Offensive lineman Defensive Defensive lineman Special teams Freshman
Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team
Derrick Henry Alabama Sebastian Tretola Arkansas Antonio Morrison Florida Myles Garrett Texas A&M Johnathan Ford Auburn Calvin Ridley Alabama
Reference:[79]

Week SixEdit

Date Time Visiting team Home team Site Broadcast Result Attendance Reference
October 10 12:00 p.m. New Mexico State #14 Ole Miss Vaught–Hemingway StadiumOxford, Mississippi SECN W 52–3 60,154 [80]
October 10 3:30 p.m. #7 LSU South Carolina Tiger StadiumBaton Rouge, Louisiana[a] ESPN LSU 45–24 42,058 [81]
October 10 3:30 p.m. #19 Georgia Tennessee Neyland StadiumKnoxville, Tennessee CBS TENN 38–31 102,455 [82]
October 10 4:00 p.m. Troy Mississippi State Davis Wade StadiumStarkville, Mississippi SECN W 45–17 60,866 [83]
October 10 7:00 p.m. Arkansas #8 Alabama Bryant–Denny StadiumTuscaloosa, Alabama ESPN ALA 27–14 101,821 [84]
October 10 7:30 p.m. #11 Florida Missouri Faurot FieldColumbia, Missouri SECN FLA 21–3 70,767 [85]
^[a] Due to severe damage to the Columbia area as a result of the 2015 South Carolina floods, the LSU-South Carolina game was relocated to Baton Rouge.[86]

Players of the Week

Offensive Offensive lineman Defensive Defensive lineman Special teams Freshman
Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team
Joshua Dobbs Tennessee Ethan Pocic LSU Reggie Ragland Alabama Ryan Brown Mississippi State Reggie Davis Georgia Derrius Guice LSU
Reference:[87]

Week SevenEdit

Date Time Visiting team Home team Site Broadcast Result Attendance Reference
October 15 7:00 p.m. Auburn Kentucky Commonwealth StadiumLexington, Kentucky ESPN AUB 30–27 63,407 [88]
October 17 12:00 p.m. #13 Ole Miss Memphis Liberty Bowl Memorial StadiumMemphis, Tennessee ABC L 24–37 60,241 [89]
October 17 12:00 p.m. Louisiana Tech Mississippi State Davis Wade StadiumStarkville, Mississippi SECN W 45–20 61,651 [90]
October 17 3:30 p.m. #10 Alabama #9 Texas A&M Kyle FieldCollege Station, Texas CBS ALA 41–23 105,733 [91]
October 17 4:00 p.m. Vanderbilt South Carolina Williams-Brice StadiumColumbia, South Carolina SECN SCAR 19–10 75,159 [92]
October 17 7:00 p.m. #8 Florida #6 LSU Tiger StadiumBaton Rouge, Louisiana ESPN LSU 35–28 102,321 [93]
October 17 7:30 p.m. Missouri Georgia Sanford StadiumAthens, Georgia SECN UGA 9–6 92,746 [94]

Players of the Week

Offensive Offensive lineman Defensive Defensive lineman Special teams Freshman
Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team
Derrick Henry Alabama Vadal Alexander LSU Lewis Neal LSU Myles Garrett Texas A&M Marshall Morgan Georgia Minkah Fitzpatrick Alabama
Reference:[95]

Week EightEdit

Date Time Visiting team Home team Site Broadcast Result Attendance Reference
October 24 12:00 p.m. Auburn Arkansas Donald W. Reynolds Razorback StadiumFayetteville, Arkansas SECN ARK 54–46 4OT 72,008 [96]
October 24 3:30 p.m. Tennessee #8 Alabama Bryant–Denny StadiumTuscaloosa, Alabama CBS ALA 19–14 101,821 [97]
October 24 4:00 p.m. Missouri Vanderbilt Vanderbilt StadiumNashville, Tennessee SECN VANDY 10–3 31,128 [98]
October 24 7:00 p.m. #15 Texas A&M #24 Ole Miss Vaught–Hemingway StadiumOxford, Mississippi ESPN MISS 23–3 60,674 [99]
October 24 7:00 p.m. WKU #5 LSU Tiger StadiumBaton Rouge, Louisiana ESPNU W 48–20 101,561 [100]
October 24 7:30 p.m. Kentucky Mississippi State Davis Wade StadiumStarkville, Mississippi SECN MISS ST 42–16 61,168 [101]

Players of the Week

Offensive Offensive lineman Defensive Defensive lineman Special teams Freshman
Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team
Dak Prescott Mississippi State Spencer Pulley Vanderbilt Trae Elston Ole Miss Marquis Haynes Ole Miss JK Scott Alabama Dre Greenlaw Arkansas
Reference:[102]

Week NineEdit

Date Time Visiting team Home team Site Broadcast Result Attendance Reference
October 31 12:00 p.m. #19 Ole Miss Auburn Jordan–Hare StadiumAuburn, Alabama ESPN MISS 27–19 87,451 [103]
October 31 12:00 p.m. South Carolina Texas A&M Kyle FieldCollege Station, Texas SECN TAMU 35–28 102,154 [104]
October 31 3:30 p.m. Georgia #11 Florida EverBank FieldJacksonville, Florida CBS FLA 27–3 84,628 [105]
October 31 4:00 p.m. Tennessee-Martin Arkansas Donald W. Reynolds Razorback StadiumFayetteville, Arkansas SECN W 63–28 64,206 [106]
October 31 7:00 p.m. Vanderbilt #18 Houston TDECU StadiumHouston, Texas ESPN2 L 0–34 29,565 [107]
October 31 7:30 p.m. Tennessee Kentucky Commonwealth StadiumLexington, Kentucky SECN TENN 52–21 60,886 [108]

Players of the Week

Offensive Offensive lineman Defensive Defensive lineman Special teams Freshman
Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team
Chad Kelly Ole Miss Mitch Smothers Arkansas Antonio Morrison Florida Marquis Haynes Ole Miss Evan Berry Tennessee Kyler Murray Texas A&M
Reference:[109]

Week TenEdit

Date Time Visiting team Home team Site Broadcast Result Attendance Reference
November 5 9:00 p.m. #20 Mississippi State Missouri Faurot FieldColumbia, Missouri ESPN MISS ST 31–13 58,878 [110]
November 7 12:00 p.m. Vanderbilt #10 Florida Ben Hill Griffin StadiumGainesville, Florida ESPN FLA 9–7 90,061 [111]
November 7 12:00 p.m. Kentucky Georgia Sanford StadiumAthens, Georgia SECN UGA 27–3 92,746 [112]
November 7 3:30 p.m. Arkansas #18 Ole Miss Vaught–Hemingway StadiumOxford, Mississippi CBS ARK 53–52 OT 60,680 [113]
November 7 4:00 p.m. South Carolina Tennessee Neyland StadiumKnoxville, Tennessee SECN TENN 27–24 101,253 [114]
November 7 7:30 p.m. Auburn #19 Texas A&M Kyle FieldCollege Station, Texas SECN AUB 26–10 104,625 [115]
November 7 8:00 p.m. #2 LSU #4 Alabama Bryant–Denny StadiumTuscaloosa, Alabama CBS ALA 30–16 101,821 [116]

Players of the Week

Offensive Offensive lineman Defensive Defensive lineman Special teams Freshman
Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team
Brandon Allen Arkansas Ryan Kelly Alabama Alex McCalister Florida Chris Jones Mississippi State Adam Griffith Alabama Darrin Kirkland Tennessee
Reference:[117]

Week ElevenEdit

Date Time Visiting team Home team Site Broadcast Result Attendance Reference
November 14 12:00 p.m. Georgia Auburn Jordan–Hare StadiumAuburn, Alabama CBS UGA 20–13 87,451 [118]
November 14 12:00 p.m. #11 Florida South Carolina Williams-Brice StadiumColumbia, South Carolina ESPN FLA 24–14 78,536 [119]
November 14 12:00 p.m. North Texas Tennessee Neyland StadiumKnoxville, Tennessee SECN W 24–0 96,197 [120]
November 14 3:30 p.m. #2 Alabama #17 Mississippi State Davis Wade StadiumStarkville, Mississippi CBS ALA 31–6 62,435 [121]
November 14 4:00 p.m. Kentucky Vanderbilt Vanderbilt StadiumNashville, Tennessee SECN VANDY 21–17 30,301 [122]
November 14 7:00 p.m. Western Carolina Texas A&M Kyle FieldCollege Station, Texas ESPNU W 41–17 101,583 [123]
November 14 7:15 p.m. Arkansas #9 LSU Tiger StadiumBaton Rouge, Louisiana ESPN ARK 31–14 101,699 [124]
November 14 7:30 p.m. BYU Missouri Arrowhead StadiumKansas City, Missouri SECN W 20–16 42,824 [125]

Players of the Week

Offensive Offensive lineman Defensive Defensive lineman Special teams Freshman
Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team
Derrick Henry Alabama Dan Skipper Arkansas Oren Burks Vanderbilt Jonathan Allen Alabama Isaiah McKenzie Georgia Dre Greenlaw Arkansas
Reference:[126]

Week TwelveEdit

Date Time Visiting team Home team Site Broadcast Result Attendance Reference
November 21 12:00 p.m. Florida Atlantic #8 Florida Ben Hill Griffin StadiumGainesville, Florida SECN W 20–14 OT 90,107 [127]
November 21 12:00 p.m. The Citadel South Carolina Williams-Brice StadiumColumbia, South Carolina SECN L 22–23 77,241 [128]
November 21 3:30 p.m. #15 LSU #22 Ole Miss Vaught–Hemingway StadiumOxford, Mississippi CBS MISS 38–17 60,705 [129]
November 21 4:00 p.m. Charleston Southern #2 Alabama Bryant–Denny StadiumTuscaloosa, Alabama SECN W 56–6 100,611 [130]
November 21 4:00 p.m. Idaho Auburn Jordan–Hare StadiumAuburn, Alabama SECN W 56–34 87,451 [131]
November 21 7:00 p.m. Mississippi State Arkansas Donald W. Reynolds Razorback StadiumFayetteville, Arkansas ESPN MISS ST 51–50 71,936 [132]
November 21 7:00 p.m. Georgia Southern Georgia Sanford StadiumAthens, Georgia ESPNU W 23–17 OT 92,746 [133]
November 21 7:15 p.m. Tennessee Missouri Faurot FieldColumbia, Missouri ESPN2 TENN 19–8 59,575 [134]
November 21 7:30 p.m. Texas A&M Vanderbilt Vanderbilt StadiumNashville, Tennessee SECN TAMU 25–0 32,482 [135]
November 21 7:30 p.m. Charlotte Kentucky Commonwealth StadiumLexington, Kentucky SECN W 58–10 56,195 [136]

Players of the Week

Offensive Offensive lineman Defensive Defensive lineman Co–Special teams Freshman
Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team
Dak Prescott Mississippi State Coleman Thomas Tennessee DeMarquis Gates Ole Miss Marquis Haynes Ole Miss Cyrus Jones
Taylor Bertolet
Alabama
Texas A&M
Mike Edwards Kentucky
Reference:[137]

Week ThirteenEdit

Date Time Visiting team Home team Site Broadcast Result Attendance Reference
November 27 2:30 p.m. Missouri Arkansas Donald W. Reynolds Razorback StadiumFayetteville, Arkansas CBS ARK 28–3 65,228 [138]
November 28 12:00 p.m. Georgia Georgia Tech Bobby Dodd StadiumAtlanta ESPN2 W 13–7 55,000 [139]
November 28 12:00 p.m. Louisville Kentucky Commonwealth StadiumLexington, Kentucky SECN L 24–38 62,512 [140]
November 28 12:00 p.m. #1 Clemson South Carolina Williams-Brice StadiumColumbia, South Carolina ESPN L 32–37 81,409 [141]
November 28 3:30 p.m. #2 Alabama Auburn Jordan–Hare StadiumAuburn, Alabama CBS ALA 29–13 87,451 [142]
November 28 4:00 p.m. Vanderbilt Tennessee Neyland StadiumKnoxville, Tennessee SECN TENN 53–28 98,327 [143]
November 28 7:15 p.m. #18 Ole Miss #21 Mississippi State Davis Wade StadiumStarkville, Mississippi ESPN2 MISS 38–27 62,265 [144]
November 28 7:30 p.m. #13 Florida State #12 Florida Ben Hill Griffin StadiumGainesville, Florida ESPN L 2–27 90,916 [145]
November 28 7:30 p.m. Texas A&M LSU Tiger StadiumBaton Rouge, Louisiana SECN LSU 19–7 101,803 [146]

Players of the Week

Offensive Offensive lineman Defensive Co–Defensive lineman Special teams Freshman
Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team Player Team
Derrick Henry Alabama Kyler Kerbyson Tennessee Deion Jones LSU Robert Nkemdiche
Deatrich Wise Jr.
Ole Miss
Arkansas
Adam Griffith Alabama Arden Key LSU
Reference:[147]

SEC Championship GameEdit

Date Time Visiting team Home team Site Broadcast Result Attendance Reference
December 5 4:00 p.m. #18 Florida #2 Alabama Georgia DomeAtlanta (2015 SEC Championship Game) CBS ALA 29–15 75,320 [148]

References:[149][150][151]

SEC vs other ConferencesEdit

SEC vs Power Conference matchupsEdit

This is a list of the power conference teams (ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12)A the SEC plays in non-conference (Rankings from the AP Poll):

Date Visitor Home Site Significance Score
September 3 North Carolina South Carolina Bank of America StadiumCharlotte, North Carolina Battle of the Carolinas W 17–13
September 5 #15 Arizona State Texas A&M NRG StadiumHouston Texas Kickoff W 38–17
September 5 #20 Wisconsin #3 Alabama AT&T StadiumArlington, Texas Cowboys Classic W 35–17
September 5 Louisville #6 Auburn Georgia DomeAtlanta Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game W 31–24
September 12 #19 Oklahoma #23 Tennessee Neyland StadiumKnoxville, Tennessee L 24–31 2OT
September 19 Texas Tech Arkansas Donald W. Reynolds Razorback StadiumFayetteville, Arkansas L 24–35
September 26 #8 LSU Syracuse Carrier DomeSyracuse, New York W 34–24
November 14 BYU Missouri Arrowhead StadiumKansas City, Missouri W 20–16
November 28 Georgia Georgia Tech Bobby Dodd StadiumAtlanta Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate W 13–7
November 28 #1 Clemson South Carolina Williams-Brice StadiumColumbia, South Carolina Battle of the Palmetto State L 32–37
November 28 #14 Florida State #10 Florida Ben Hill Griffin StadiumGainesville, Florida Florida–Florida State football rivalry L 2–27
November 28 Louisville Kentucky Commonwealth StadiumLexington, Kentucky Governor's Cup L 24–38

^A The SEC recognizes independents Army, BYU and Notre Dame as power five teams for scheduling purposes.[152]

2015 records against non-conference opponentsEdit

Bowl gamesEdit

(Rankings from final CFP Poll; All times Eastern)

Date Time Bowl Game Site TV SEC Team Opponent Result
January 11, 2016 8:30 PM CFP National Championship University of Phoenix StadiumGlendale, Arizona ESPN #2 Alabama #1 Clemson W 45–40
January 2, 2016 3:20 PM Liberty Bowl Liberty BowlMemphis, Tennessee ESPN Arkansas Kansas State W 45–23
January 2, 2016 12:00 PM TaxSlayer Bowl EverBank FieldJacksonville, Florida ESPN Georgia Penn State W 24–17
January 1, 2016 8:30 PM Sugar Bowl (New Year's Six) Mercedes-Benz SuperdomeNew Orleans ESPN #12 Ole Miss #16 Oklahoma State W 48–20
January 1, 2016 1:00 PM Citrus Bowl Citrus BowlOrlando, Florida ABC #19 Florida #14 Michigan L 7–41
January 1, 2016 12:00 PM Outback Bowl Raymond James StadiumTampa, Florida ESPN2 #23 Tennessee #13 Northwestern W 45–6
December 31, 2015 8:00 PM Cotton Bowl (CFP Seminfinal) AT&T StadiumArlington, Texas ESPN #2 Alabama #3 Michigan State W 38–0
December 30, 2015 7:00 PM Music City Bowl LP FieldNashville, Tennessee ESPN Texas A&M Louisville L 21–27
December 30, 2015 3:30 PM Belk Bowl Bank of America StadiumCharlotte, North Carolina ESPN Mississippi State NC State W 51–28
December 30, 2015 12:00 PM Birmingham Bowl Legion FieldBirmingham, Alabama ESPN Auburn Memphis W 31–10
December 29, 2015 9:00 PM Texas Bowl NRG StadiumHouston ESPN #20 LSU Texas Tech W 56–27

Awards and honorsEdit

All-SEC TeamsEdit

The Southeastern Conference coaches voted for the All-SEC teams after the regular season concluded. The teams were released just after the Prior to the 2015 SEC Championship Game. Alabama placed ten representatives on the 2015 All-Southeastern Conference Coaches' Football Team, the most since Alabama and LSU placed 11 in 2011. Thirteen of the 14 SEC schools placed a member on the first-team All-SEC squad, while 12 institutions boasted at least two total All-SEC selections.

Coaches were not permitted to vote for their own players.

Position 1st Team 2nd Team
Player School Player School
QB Dak Prescott Mississippi State Chad Kelly Ole Miss
RB Derrick Henry Alabama Alex Collins Arkansas
RB Leonard Fournette LSU Jalen Hurd Tennessee
WR Laquon Treadwell Ole Miss Calvin Ridley Alabama
WR Fred Ross Mississippi State Christian Kirk Texas A&M
TE Hunter Henry Arkansas Evan Engram Ole Miss
C Ryan Kelly Alabama Ethan Pocic LSU
OG Sebastian Tretola Arkansas Dominick Jackson Alabama
OG Vadal Alexander LSU Shon Coleman Auburn
OT Cam Robinson Alabama Dan Skipper Arkansas
OT Dan Skipper Georgia Germain Ifedi Texas A&M
AP Pharoh Cooper South Carolina Christian Kirk Texas A&M
DL Myles Garrett Texas A&M Robert Nkemdiche Ole Miss
DL Jonathan Allen Alabama Marquis Haynes Ole Miss
DL Jonathan Bullard Florida Charles Harris Missouri
DL A'Shawn Robinson Alabama Derek Barnett Tennessee
LB Kentrell Brothers Missouri Leonard Floyd Georgia
LB Reggie Ragland Alabama Antonio Morrison Florida
LB Zach Cunningham Vanderbilt Skai Moore South Carolina
DB Vernon Hargreaves III Florida Mike Hilton Ole Miss
DB Eddie Jackson Alabama Dominick Sanders Georgia
DB Jalen Tabor Florida Tre'Davious White LSU
DB Trae Elston Ole Miss Jamal Adams LSU
PK Daniel Carlson Auburn Taylor Bertolet Texas A&M
P Drew Kaser Texas A&M Johnny Townsend Florida
RS Evan Berry Tennessee Christian Kirk Texas A&M

Reference:[153]

National Award FinalistsEdit

Winners in bold

Reference:[154]

All-AmericansEdit

References:[155][156][157][158][159][160][161][162][163]

Home game attendanceEdit

Team Stadium Capacity Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Game 4 Game 5 Game 6 Game 7 Game 8 Total Average % of Capacity
Alabama Bryant–Denny Stadium 101,821[164] 98,568 101,821 101,323 101,821 101,821 101,821 100,611 707,786 101,112 99.30%
Arkansas Razorback Stadium 72,000 67,708 49,591B 73,334 72,008 64,206 71,936 65,228 464,011 66,287 95.45%
Auburn Jordan–Hare Stadium 87,451[165] 87,451 87,451 87,451 87,451 87,451 87,451 87,451 612,157 87,451 100%
Florida Ben Hill Griffin Stadium 88,548[166] 90,227 88,034 90,527 90,585 90,061 90,107 90,916 630,457 90,065 101.71%
Georgia Sanford Stadium 92,746[167] 92,746 92,746 92,746 92,746 92,746 92,746 92,746 649,222 92,746 100%
Kentucky Commonwealth Stadium 61,000[168] 62,933 63,040 58,008 63,380 63,407 60,886 56,195 62,512 490,361 61,295 100.48%
LSU Tiger Stadium 102,321[169] 102,321 102,321 102,321 101,561 101,699 101,803 612,026 102,004 99.69%
Mississippi State Davis Wade 61,337[170] 62,531 61,574 60,866 61,651 61,168 62,435 62,265 432,490 61,784 100.73%
Missouri Faurot Field 71,168[171] 64,670 70,079 66,751 70,767 58,878 59,575 390,720 65,120 91.50%
Ole Miss Vaught–Hemingway 59,347[172] 60,186 60,302 60,654 60,154 60,674 60,680 60,705 423,355 60,479 101.91%
South Carolina Williams-Brice Stadium 80,250[173] 82,178 78,411 42,058C 75,159 78,536 77,241 81,409 472,934 78,822 98.22%
Tennessee Neyland Stadium 102,455[174] 102,455 102,136 101,265 102,455 101,253 96,197 98,327 704,088 100,584 98.17%
Texas A&M Kyle Field 102,733[175] 104,213 102,591 104,455 105,733 102,154 104,625 101,583 725,354 103,622 100.87%
Vanderbilt Vanderbilt Stadium 40,550[176] 30,307 37,185 31,399 31,128 30,301 32,482 192,802 32,134 79.25%

^B Game played at Arkansas' secondary home stadium War Memorial Stadium, capacity: 54,120.[177]

^C Game relocated to LSU's Tiger Stadium due to severe flooding from the 2015 South Carolina Floods. Although the game was played in Baton Rouge, in all other aspects it was a home game for South Carolina. Note: The reported attendance is not factored into overall attendance for the season since it was unclear what the official capacity was for the game, and since it was not played at Williams–Brice Stadium.[178]

Attendance for neutral site games:

Reference:[179]

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