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The SEC was first formed in 1933 with ten members:Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt. All ten schools are still members, representing a level of stability that is highly unusual among athletic conferences.

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  • What division is the SEC in college football?

  • This is a list of all SEC schools and colleges that includes all teams in the Southeastern Conference. The SEC competes in Division I of the NCAA and is part of the FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision) for football.

  • What if the SEC and Big Ten expanded to 18 teams?

  • If the SEC and Big Ten were to expand to 18 apiece and had their choice of all the rest of the Power 5, the Desirability Ratings would suggest the following moves: Notre Dame and Washington to the Big Ten, Clemson and Florida State to the SEC.

  • What are the 13 sports in the SEC?

  • The SEC has added members twice: Arkansas and South Carolina in 1991, and Missouri and Texas AM in 2012. The conference supports 13 sports: baseball, basketball, cross country, equestrian, football, golf, gymnastics, soccer, softball, swimming diving, tennis, track field, and volleyball.

  • How many schools are still members of the SEC?

  • All ten schools are still members, representing a level of stability that is highly unusual among athletic conferences. The SEC has added members twice: Arkansas and South Carolina in 1991, and Missouri and Texas AM in 2012.