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TexasTiger08
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Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
I was bored, so I started looking at some ugly losses since the calendar hit 2000. It's interesting to see how these losses stack up. Some aren't bad losses at all, some are outliers, some are indicative of a program swirling down the drain.

Alabama
2000 - (25)Southern Miss 21, @(15)Alabama 0
- UCF 40, @Alabama 38
2003 - Northern Illinois 19, @Alabama 16
- @Hawaii 37, Alabama 29
2007 - UL-Monroe 21, @Alabama 14
2008 - (7)Utah 31, (4)Alabama 17 (Sugar Bowl)

Auburn
2017 - (10)UCF 34, (7)Auburn 27 (Peach Bowl)

LSU
2000 - UAB 13, @LSU 10
2017 - Troy 24, @(25)LSU 21

Ole Miss
2003 - @Memphis 44, Ole Miss 34
2004 - Memphis 20, @Ole Miss 13
- @Wyoming 37, Ole Miss 32
2005 - Wyoming 24, @Ole Miss 14
2010 - Jacksonville State 49, @Ole Miss 48
2011 - BYU 14, @Ole Miss 13
- Louisiana Tech 27, @Ole Miss 7
2013 - @Memphis 37, (13)Ole Miss 24
2019 - @Memphis 15, Ole Miss 10

Mississippi State
2001 - Troy 21, @Miss State 9
- (10)BYU 41, @Miss State 38
2003 - @Tulane 31, Miss State 28
- @Houston 42, Miss State 35
2004 - Maine 9, @Miss State 7
- UAB 27, @Miss State 13
2005 - Houston 28, @Miss State 16
2006 - Tulane 32, @Miss State 29
2008 - @Louisiana Tech 22, Miss State 14
2009 - Houston 31, @Miss State 24
2016 - South Alabama 21, @Miss State 20
- @BYU 28, Miss State 21

Arkansas
2000 - UNLV 31, Arkansas 14 (Las Vegas Bowl)
2012 - UL Monroe 34, @(8)Arkansas 31
2015 - Toledo 16, @(18)Arkansas 12
2018 - @Colorado State 34, Arkansas 27
- North Texas 44, @Arkansas 17
2019 - San Jose State 31, @Arkansas 24
- Western Kentucky 45, @Arkansas 19

Tennessee
2008 - Wyoming 13, @Tennessee 7
2019 - Georgia State 38, @Tennessee 30
- BYU 29, @Tennessee 26

Georgia
2010 - UCF 10, (25)Georgia 6 (Liberty Bowl)
2011 - (5)Boise St 35, (19)Georgia 21

Florida
2013 - Georgia Southern 26, @Florida 20

South Carolina
2009 - UConn 20, South Carolina 7 (Papajohns.com Bowl)
2015 - Citadel 23, @South Carolina 22
2016 - (25)USF 46, South Carolina 39 (Birmingham Bowl)
2019 - App State 20, @South Carolina 16

Kentucky
2000 - @Louisville 40, UK 34
2001 - Louisville 36, @UK 10
2003 - Louisville 40, @UK 24
2004 - @Louisville 28, UK 0
- Ohio 28, @UK 16
2012 - WKU 32, @UK 31
2013 - WKU 35, @UK 26
2016 - Southern Miss 44, @UK 35

Vanderbilt
2000 - Miami(OH) 33, @Vandy 30
2001 - MTSU 37, @Vandy 28
2002 - MTSU 21, @Vandy 20
2003 - @(20)TCU 30, Vandy 14
- Navy 37, @Vandy 27
2004 - @Navy 29, Vandy 26
2005 - MTSU 17, @Vandy 15
2009 - @Army 16, Vandy 13
2014 - Temple 37, @Vandy 7
2015 - WKU 14, @Vandy 12
- @(18)Houston 34, Vandy 0
2019 - UNLV 34, @Vandy 10

Missouri
2001 - Bowling Green 20, @Mizzou 13
2002 - @Bowling Green 51, Mizzou 28
2004 - @Troy 24, Mizzou 14
2005 - New Mexico 45, @Mizzou 35
2009 - Navy 35, Mizzou 13 (Texas Bowl)
2016 - MTSU 51, @Mizzou 45
2019 - @Wyoming 37, Mizzou 31

Texas A&M
2004 - @(20)Utah 41, TAMU 21
2008 - Arkansas St 18, @TAMU 14
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SummerOfGeorge
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
Interesting stuff. Good post.


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FrankWhite'56
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
So A&M is the only team in the history of the SEC to never lose to a non-P5 team?

Cool.


SummerOfGeorge
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
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never lose to a non-P5 team?


Didn't A&M lose in Lafayette one year? And to Arkansas State?


FrankWhite'56
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
Those were Big12 losses -- nothing from the Big12 matters.


Choot em Tiger
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
Also the only sec team besides Ole Miss and Vanderbilt to never make it to Atlanta
Sorry Kentucky, at least you have hoops.
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Wildcat1996
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
There are still photos of that scoreboard in ASU athletic facilities


geauxnavybeatbama
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
And you’re from the Big12. Congrats.


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deltaland
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
I drank copious amounts of alcohol to forget 2001-2008 and here you are reminding me about it.


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Choot em Tiger
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
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There are still photos of that scoreboard in ASU athletic facilities


You guys have room to talk


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mistaken4193
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
You forgot our loss to UCF on a last second FG.



Sad.

I paid fricking money to watch the Northern Illinois loss on PPV.


Sad.
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FrankWhite'56
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
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There are still photos of that scoreboard in ASU athletic facilities


Interesting trivia: which NFL Pro-Bowler was the leading receiver for A&M in that game?

Ryan Tannehill -- 5 catches for 59 yards.


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phantom70815
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
He said since 2000. USL beat A&M in 1996.


SummerOfGeorge
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
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I paid fricking money to watch the Northern Illinois loss on PPV


Michael the Burner Turner


SummerOfGeorge
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
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He said since 2000. USL beat A&M in 1996.


Right, I was responding to the "never lost" post. But he meant while in the SEC.


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Notrub14
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
You forgot Auburn losing to USF in 2007.


SummerOfGeorge
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
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You forgot Auburn losing to USF in 2007.


Technically the Big East was a "power" league, wasn't it? They had an automatic bid to the BCS which was kind of the defining criteria.
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Notrub14
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
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Technically the Big East was a "power" league, wasn't it? They had an automatic bid to the BCS which was kind of the defining criteria.


True, but OP chose P5 as the category.


TexasTiger08
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
Yeah, USF was in the crap Big East that still had an auto bid.


SummerOfGeorge
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re: Every SEC team's non-P5 losses since 2000
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True, but OP chose P5 as the category.


But the P5 designation was created after the Big East dissolved. Before P5 it was BCS Auto Qualifier.


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