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  • Address: 2201 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd N, Birmingham, AL 35203, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 205-458-3000
  • Fax Number: 1-205-458-3031
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1932
  • Founder: University of Alabama, Auburn University, the University of Florida
  • Key People: Mark E Keenum

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Mark E Keenum


About Southeastern Conference, History and Headquarters Information


Southeastern Conference was founded in the year 1932. The organisation has been active for almost 87 years now. The organisation was started by thirteen members of the Southern Conference, located in the west and south of the Appalachian Mountains, had left to form their own conference as well. Almost ten of the thirteen founding members have remained in the conference since its inception: the University of Alabama, Auburn University, the University of Kentucky, the University of Florida, the University of Georgia, Louisiana State University, the University of Tennessee, the University of Mississippi, Mississippi State University, and the Vanderbilt University.

It was not until the year 1966 that African Americans first participated in an SEC athletic contest as well, and the first black scholarship athletes did not play in the SEC until the year 1967 to the year 1968 during school. The first African American to compete in the SEC was known as Stephen Martin, who walked on to the Tulane baseball team in that school's final SEC season of the year 1966. In the year 1990, the SEC had expanded from ten to twelve member universities with the extra addition of the Arkansas Razorbacks and also the South Carolina Gamecocks. The two new members began SEC competition with the year 1991 to the year 1992 basketball season. At the same time as well, the SEC had organised competition for some sports into two divisions too. The west part of the division comprised of almost six of the seven member schools in the Central Time Zone, while the other east part of the division included the five member schools in the Eastern Time Zone plus Vanderbilt as well, which is in the Central Time Zone but was placed in the Eastern Division in order to preserve its rivalry with Tennessee as well. Initially, the divisional format was used in football, baseball, and also men's basketball as well. The divisional format was dropped for men's basketball following the year 2011 to the year 2012 season. Then in the year 2011, the SEC Presidents and Chancellors, acting together unanimously, had announced that Texas A&M University would join the SEC effective in the year 2012, with Texas A&M to begin competition in nineteen of the twenty sports sponsored by the SEC during the year 2012 and the year 2013 academic year. As of the year 2011, the SEC commissioner had announced that the University of Missouri would also join the SEC during the year 2012 as well. For football, Texas A&M was scheduled to compete in the Western Division as well and Missouri in the Eastern Division, therefore. Texas A&M and Missouri both left the Big 12 Conference as a result. The headquarters of the organisation is based in 2201 Richard Arrington Jr Boulevard North. The name of the place is Birmingham, while the name of the state is Alabama, USA. The pin code of the area is 35203.


Southeastern Conference is an American organisation made for the American college athletic conference, which has its member institutions located mainly in the southern part of the USA. There are 14 member institutions as of now. The current commissioner of the organisation is Greg Sankey. As of the year 2015, the total revenue generated by the organisation was more than $455.8 million


The primary services provided by the organisation include the leading of its member institutions in various sports competitions, and helpi9ng them win as well. The organisation is one of the most accomplished sports conferences in terms of overall winning percentage, with almost 43 football championships and also 21 basketball championships, etcetera, as well.

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  • Jeff Paulk says:

    Why has the SEC partnered with Pfizer in pushing the deadly Covid shot? Young athletes are dropping dead all over the place and myocarditis is now rampant among young people where it was almost unheard of before the shot came out. The short trials done on animals resulted in a death rate of 100%. Humans ARE the lab animals now. The “vaccine” is a hoax, as admitted by the CDC.


    The CDC also faked testing protocol.


    Here is a report on myocarditis from the JAMA.


    It is appalling that the SEC is pushing this shot. It is NOT “safe and effective”, and it has almost no (if any) affect on Covid. You need to rethink this endorsement and distance yourself from it. By endorsing it you are supporting genocide.

  • William says:

    I think your setup for the SEC baseball championship is all wrong. It isn’t fair to go all the way undefeated and play a team in the Semifinals who has been beaten in the tournment and lose and not get to play for the Championship. Texas A&M deserved to play for the Championship because the were undefeated until the Semi Finals where Florida beat them. Florida had two chances at making it to the Championship but Texas A&M only had the one chance. I guess all the hard work Texas A&M put into the tournament to make it undeafeted doesn’t get rewarded by playing for the championship. The Championship should be between the 2 teams that are undefeated in the tournment. A team with a lose in the tournament should never be rewarded with two or three tries to get to the Championship game and possibly win it. Its not fair to those who play hard and win till this point. No other sport you have do you has this kind if set up. Should be a three game series between the two teams that win though out the tournament. And no I am not a Texas A&M fan but a Tennessee Fan who hasn’t played yet tonight.

  • Roger says:

    I think officials should have the authority to stop a game or event if the home institution has not been able to control their crowd and there is danger to participants, spectators, or other people who may be at an athletic event.

  • Joe Hurley says:

    So just going to ignore the evidence that Ole Miss fans were the instigators at the UT game? They were throwing beer cans from the upper level down onto the Pride of the Southland marching band. that’s what caused our fans to erupt and retaliate. SEC must be controlled by retired referees from the conference because you fools are blind.

  • Jeff R says:

    Make beer legal to sell at college sports games and the results are in clear view; example Tennessee Football ; drug students !

  • Kenneth says:

    How come we got the best college football conference and the worst officials and replay officials. SEC officiating is a absolute joke and once again we have to see officiating blunders with replay all over the internet being reported by major sports media.

  • Morgan K. Russell says:

    Please do not let any more teams join the SEC that are not really in the south east. I still don’t think Texas A&M and Missouri should be in either. It is ruining the SEC conference and the tradition for the teams that have always been part of the SEC family. I don’t watch when the teams that are not the original SEC teams are playing. The others are trying to take over the SEC, don’t let that happen.

  • Ian Richardson says:

    As an Sec fan, I am totally against any expansion. If Texas and Oklahoma are allowed to join, it will be a death knell for smaller programs such as Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Vanderbilt. It will be virtually impossible for these teams to compete with all these larger universities. This is not fair and equitable to all concerned. Please don’t allow this to materialize. Money isn’t everything. Do what’s best for all our universities.

  • Daryl Fenski says:

    Thank you for putting college softball on the SEC channel, my daughter and I are in Pierce City Missouri, she is a junior in High school this year and has played from 6 years of age. Please continue please, this is a terrible year to not have softball and we will miss going to the college world series. Thanks again.

  • Dennis says:

    While I know that they are not using your logo, attack ads against the current governor of Louisiana are certainly produced in a manner to imply that the SEC approves. Can’t you get a cease-and-desist order? I don’t think you want people thinking you are taking sides in the Louisiana governor’s race.

  • Bill of Baton Rouge says:

    Correction: the name of the PAC is RGA Right Direction. RGA stands for Republican Governors Association.

  • Bill of Baton Rouge says:

    You guys need to file for a cease-and-desist order against RGA Right Path, a GOP-PAC that is using the SEC name and logo in a political attack ad against Louisiana’s governor. It features two mopes sitting on a mock TV set acting as sports talking heads. Maybe the worst political ad I have ever seen, and it features the SEC

  • Jeff Martin says:

    Officiating in the SEC is atrocious. Girls basketball is the worst. Phantom calls. And baseball, so terribly inconsistent. Even the replay in football is subject to opinion according to which team it is. Whoever is in charge of these needs replacing with an objective person of high integrity.

  • Charles DiLeo says:

    Mr Stanky, Well again your incompetent officials blew it. TAM had 4th and 13 with under a minute left and ran 12 yards and somehow magically it get marked up a yard and a half, no review. Game should be over but no. Then TAM completes a pass to the TE who catches the ball and turns upfield is hit and fumbles LSU recovers but ruled inc. no review and no turnover eventually the score and tie to go to overtime. I have been watching your officials coddle Bama all year but now its everywhere all the time. I know Bama is a great team but no call when they hit Burrows when he is a yard out of bounds, no pass int on long pass to Jefferson. No fumble by Bama in first quarter against MS St and of course no review. Bama almost cripple the TN QB helmet to helmet no call. Yahoo sports publishes Flewkers story about Bama paying players, no action by you guys. You make me sick and everyone around the country notices this stuff. Bama doesnt need the help they are the best team money can buy. From Amite barber that comes to Tuscaloosa to “cut hair” and then returns with his bag of money for the recruits to God only knows what else. Well you get the picture because you are the problem.

    • Garry Long says:

      Offials in AL Tn game 10/21/23 went completely blind in 2nd half for AL defense on 3+ passing attempts but when Tn players touch them flags come from same back judge.

  • Tom McElroy says:

    Wow – what a great job YOUR officials did Saturday calling the State/Bama game —–NOT! You all should be embarrassed!

    • Jon Padgett says:

      Even Stevie Wonder can see the corruption that is the SEC. It’s not just the officials. It’s also the Universities. No way head up does a mediocre Alabama team that has barely eked by this year beat UGA head up. That game was mailed in so both schools go, so it brings more cash flow into SEC pockets. SEC seriously needs to be investigated.

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