• Since the 2000 draft, the NFL has drafted 400 players out of the SEC. Next is the Atlantic Coast with 364. On Mel Kiper Jr.'s big board on ESPN.com, six of the top 19 prospects are SEC players.
• According to the Sports Business Journal, six of the top 11 football revenue producers in 2007-08 were from the SEC.
• This season, the SEC averaged 75,411 attendance. That's 97 percent capacity. Mississippi, without an SEC title since 1963, sold 50,000 season tickets.
For those of you who think that it’s got to be over they can’t possibly stay on top, think again. Florida even in the midst of the “is he staying or is he going” saga has climbed to the top of the recruiting ranks says Rivals.com. With 5 other SEC teams joining them in the top 10. That’s for those of you who have trouble with math is 6 out of the 12 SEC teams in with a top ten recruiting class for next year. The dominance is set to continue for sometime to come so get used to it.
The SEC is second to none when it comes to key areas like the ability to bring in and pay the top coaches in the country from head coaches to assistants, the revenue it takes to ensure each teams has the best and most advanced facilities and equipment in the business and a loyal fans base that for that last four years has accounted for over 60% of total attendance for the National Championship games, and no matter who is in the game they are always ready and willing to chant SEC! SEC! SEC!