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President's mansions/residences of the SEC
Alabama




Arkansas



Auburn




Florida



Georgia



Kentucky



LSU (shares building with Honors College)



Ole Miss



Mississippi State




Missouri




South Carolina



Tennessee (University sold it, but this was it)



Texas A&M (Used as a donor venue now)



Vanderbilt

None





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Old Sarge
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
Going with South Carolina on this one


viceman
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
We have one of the better ones this time.
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SouthernHog
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
Gotta go with Bama and the Barn on this. Also Georgia.
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SeaCay
Florida Fan
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
So Lsux prez lives in a duplex?



StopRobot
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
Florida with the McMansion


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BoerneAg
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
Georgia


StopRobot
Mobile, AL
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
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LSU (shares building with Honors College)


man things are getting tight


The Winner
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
I love Mississippi State's because it's not too fancy so we're not wasting all of our tuition money on a fricking presidents mansion


BowlJackson
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
I vote for Kentucky


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viceman
Alabama Fan
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
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Georgia


yeah I love the wrap around porch


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StopRobot
Mobile, AL
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
The Presidents mansion was one of the few buildings that the Union Army did not manage to burn to the ground


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StopRobot
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
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I love Mississippi State's because it's not too fancy so we're not wasting all of our tuition money on a fricking presidents mansion




Pretty sure the mortgage has been paid on most of these


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TeddyWestside
Georgia Fan
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
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This looks like one of those houses off of Sugarloaf Parkway near Duluth.


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tiger perry
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
Georgia and Alabama. Kinda look a like, both nice


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BoerneAg
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
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Texas A&M (Used as a donor venue now)


Kinda. It's essentially an event center. Lots of state legislators, Deans, professors, student organizations, etc. use it.


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GetCocky11
South Carolina Fan
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
How many of them are actually lived in?


GetCocky11
South Carolina Fan
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
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Going with South Carolina on this one


Built in the 1850s and became the Presidents House in the 1950s.

The original Presidents House was an original campus building I believe, so built sometime around 1810. But it was sadly demolished in the 1940s.

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MeatPants
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
Apparently Calvin Candie is Alabama president

Or about two thirds of the sec


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El Mattadorr
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re: President's mansions/residences of the SEC
Georgia and Kentucky are gorgeous. I think Kentucky is my favorite though.


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