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Southeastern Conference Single Season Leaders and Records for Turnovers

Leaders and Records: Single Season ▪ Career ▪ Yearly

Click on the Player for career record and accomplishments.
Leaders are based on stats from the 2007-08 through 2013-14 seasons.
Stats include all games played.

Since 2007-08

Rank Player TOV Season School
1.John Wall 149 2009-10 Kentucky
2.Jamont Gordon 138 2007-08 Mississippi State
3.Courtney Fortson 128 2008-09 Arkansas
4.Craig Sword 127 2012-13 Mississippi State
5.Phil Pressey 120 2012-13 Missouri
 Brandon Knight 120 2010-11 Kentucky
7.Nick Calathes 119 2008-09 Florida
8.Dee Bost 118 2009-10 Mississippi State
9.Terrance Henry 115 2011-12 Mississippi
10.Charles Mann 113 2013-14 Georgia
11.Eric Bledsoe 112 2009-10 Kentucky
12.Andrew Harrison 109 2013-14 Kentucky
 Marquis Teague 109 2011-12 Kentucky
 Devan Downey 109 2009-10 South Carolina
15.Johnny O'Bryant 108 2013-14 Louisiana State
 Devan Downey 108 2008-09 South Carolina
17.Sindarius Thornwell 106 2013-14 South Carolina
18.Nick Calathes 104 2007-08 Florida
19.Chris Warren 103 2007-08 Mississippi
20.DeWayne Reed 102 2009-10 Auburn
 Dee Bost 102 2008-09 Mississippi State
22.Julius Randle 101 2013-14 Kentucky
 Archie Goodwin 101 2012-13 Kentucky
24.Dee Bost 100 2011-12 Mississippi State
 Gerald Robinson 100 2010-11 Georgia
 Ramel Bradley 100 2007-08 Kentucky
27.Bo Spencer 99 2009-10 Louisiana State
28.Frankie Sullivan 98 2012-13 Auburn
 Trae Golden 98 2011-12 Tennessee
30.Craig Sword 96 2013-14 Mississippi State
 Trevor Releford 96 2010-11 Alabama
 Jodie Meeks 96 2008-09 Kentucky
 Sonny Weems 96 2007-08 Arkansas
34.JaMychal Green 95 2010-11 Alabama
 DeWayne Reed 95 2007-08 Auburn
36.Kedren Johnson 94 2012-13 Vanderbilt
37.Jordan Clarkson 93 2013-14 Missouri
 Kyle Fuller 93 2013-14 Vanderbilt
 Jordan McRae 93 2012-13 Tennessee
 Johnny O'Bryant 93 2012-13 Louisiana State
 Senario Hillman 93 2008-09 Alabama
42.Courtney Fortson 92 2009-10 Arkansas
 DeWayne Reed 92 2008-09 Auburn
 Anthony Randolph 92 2007-08 Louisiana State
45.Trey Thompkins 91 2009-10 Georgia
46.Duane Notice 89 2013-14 South Carolina
 Jarvis Summers 89 2011-12 Mississippi
 Kodi Augustus 89 2010-11 Mississippi State
 Scotty Hopson 89 2010-11 Tennessee
 J.P. Prince 89 2009-10 Tennessee
 Sundiata Gaines 89 2007-08 Georgia