SEC Football Standings 2012: Florida Gators finish conference schedule

Sam Greenwood

The Florida Gators finished their SEC schedule with a 7-1 record.

The Florida Gators finished their SEC schedule with a win against the conference newcomer Missouri Tigers on Saturday. At the end of the week, the Gators led the SEC East Division and were second in the league behind the undefeated Alabama Crimson Tide.

But if the Georgia Bulldogs take care of business against Auburn, which has yet to record an SEC victory this season, the Dogs will tie Florida's record in league play and own the head-to-head matchup. The Dawgs defeated the Gators two games ago and seem primed to face the Crimson Tide the SEC title game.

Florida had been undefeated this season until that loss. Georgia and Florida should finish as the two one-loss teams after Alabama beat LSU. Texas A&M, South Carolina, LSU and Mississippi State are the teams currently with two losses this season.

Tennessee, Kentucky and Auburn are a combined 0-18 in conference action and the only teams with out conference wins.

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