The Southeastern Conference (SEC) is an American college athletic conference whose member institutions are located primarily in the Southern part of the United States. Its fourteen members include the flagship public universities of ten states, three additional public land grant universities, and one private research university. SEC Alternate Logo.
Alabama Crimson Tide
A scripted red letter "A" on a white background in a red banner and black outline circle with a wordmark "ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE" in grey.
A running to the left white and red Razorback.
Tiger eyes in a blue and orange oval. Wordmark "AUBURN TIGERS" in white around the tiger eyes.
A attack mode Gator wearing a orange sweatshirt with a blue letter "F" on the front.
Front view of a bulldog with red eyes and red collar with spikes. Changed the shade of red to Bulldog Red.
Side view of a wildcat in blue with silver trim.
Side view of a tiger's eye and the initials "LSU" in purple with yellow trim below.
Mississippi State Bulldogs
A maroon ring with wordmark "MISSISSIPPI STATE" encircling with a white, grey and maroon bulldog's head. Designed by Joe Bosack.
Side view of a tiger's head. The shade of gold was changed again.
Ole Miss Rebels
A block letter "M" in red with blue trim. Proportions modified from the previous version.
South Carolina Gamecocks
Interlocking initials "SC" in red with black trim. The initials "SC" represent the state of South Carolina. The top serif of the "S" is now underneath the "C" below.
The primary logo of a letter "T" in orange and a wordmark "TENNESSEE" in orange with black trim.