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1999 Southeastern Conference Year Summary

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Record: 81-61, .570 W-L% (8th of 12) (Schedule and Results)

SRS: 7.71 (2nd of 12) ▪ SOS: 5.22 (2nd of 12)

Division Champions: Florida (East) and Alabama (West)
Conference Champion: Alabama (Won Championship Game 34-7)

Ranked in Preseason AP Poll:(Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee)
Ranked in Final AP Poll:(Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Mississippi State and Tennessee)

Standings

Overall Conference Pts/G SRS
East W L Pct W L Pct Own Opp SRS SOS Notes
Florida 9 4 .692 7 1 .875 31.0 20.9 15.55 6.86
Tennessee 9 3 .750 6 2 .750 30.8 16.2 20.23 7.14
Georgia 8 4 .667 5 3 .625 28.0 25.8 7.33 4.41
Kentucky 6 6 .500 4 4 .500 27.3 28.6 3.30 3.80
Vanderbilt 5 6 .455 2 6 .250 22.9 23.3 1.85 3.76
South Carolina 0 11 .000 0 8 .000 7.9 25.3 -8.29 8.52
West W L Pct W L Pct Own Opp SRS SOS Notes
Alabama 10 3 .769 7 1 .875 29.1 20.4 17.19 9.26
Mississippi State 10 2 .833 6 2 .750 21.3 13.0 11.84 2.75
Arkansas 8 4 .667 4 4 .500 29.4 17.8 10.18 2.59
Mississippi 8 4 .667 4 4 .500 26.9 19.0 10.79 3.37
Auburn 5 6 .455 2 6 .250 21.2 21.5 3.94 5.58
Louisiana State 3 8 .273 1 7 .125 20.3 23.5 -1.41 4.59

AP Poll Summary

School Pre 8/30 9/6 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/28 12/5 Final
Alabama 20 20 21 18   21 12 11 10 14 12 11 8 8 7 5 8
Tennessee 2 3 3 2 7 7 6 6 5 4 4 3 7 6 6 6 9
Florida 5 4 4 4 3 3 8 7 6 5 5 4 3 5 5 10 12
Mississippi State         23 16 14 12 12 8 8 8 12 18 16 15 13
Georgia 14 12 12 11 11 10 10 14 14 10 14 14 21 16 21 21 16
Arkansas 22 18 15 15 14 20             22 17 24 24 17
Mississippi               22 25 25 23 18 16 23     22

8 Bowl Games

Date Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
2000-01-02 Fiesta Bowl Nebraska 31 Tennessee 21 Fiesta Bowl (Tempe, AZ)
2000-01-01 Citrus Bowl Michigan State 37 Florida 34 Citrus Bowl (Orlando, FL)
2000-01-01 Cotton Bowl Arkansas 27 Texas 6 Cotton Bowl (Dallas, TX)
2000-01-01 Orange Bowl Michigan 35 Alabama 34 Orange Bowl (Miami, FL)
2000-01-01 Outback Bowl Georgia 28 Purdue 25 Outback Bowl (Tampa, FL)
1999-12-31 Independence Bowl Mississippi 27 Oklahoma 25 Independence Bowl (Shreveport, LA)
1999-12-30 Peach Bowl Mississippi State 17 Clemson 7 Peach Bowl (Atlanta, GA)
1999-12-29 Music City Bowl Syracuse 20 Kentucky 13 Music City Bowl (Nashville, TN)

Conference Leaders

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Pass Completion Percentage

1. Ben Leard (Auburn) 70.7
2. Dusty Bonner (Kentucky) 65.2
3. Quincy Carter (Georgia) 56.8
4. Doug Johnson (Florida) 56.4
5. Andrew Zow (Alabama) 56.1
6. Clint Stoerner (Arkansas) 55.8
7. Romaro Miller* (Mississippi) 55.4
8. Tee Martin (Tennessee) 54.1
9. Wayne Madkin (Mississippi State) 52.5
10. Greg Zolman (Vanderbilt) 51.3

Passing Yards Per Attempt

1. Ben Leard (Auburn) 9.1
2. Doug Johnson (Florida) 7.6
3. Tee Martin (Tennessee) 7.6
4. Romaro Miller* (Mississippi) 7.4
5. Wayne Madkin (Mississippi State) 7.3
6. Clint Stoerner (Arkansas) 7.2
7. Quincy Carter (Georgia) 7.1
8. Dusty Bonner (Kentucky) 7.0
9. Greg Zolman (Vanderbilt) 6.9
10. Andrew Zow (Alabama) 6.8

Adjusted Passing Yards Per Attempt

1. Ben Leard (Auburn) 10.3
2. Quincy Carter (Georgia) 7.3
3. Romaro Miller* (Mississippi) 7.1
4. Doug Johnson (Florida) 7.1
5. Tee Martin (Tennessee) 7.1
6. Clint Stoerner (Arkansas) 7.0
7. Dusty Bonner (Kentucky) 6.9
8. Andrew Zow (Alabama) 6.2
9. Wayne Madkin (Mississippi State) 6.2
10. Greg Zolman (Vanderbilt) 5.1

Passing Efficiency Rating

1. Ben Leard (Auburn) 170.8
2. Dusty Bonner (Kentucky) 137.0
3. Doug Johnson (Florida) 132.4
4. Clint Stoerner (Arkansas) 130.1
5. Romaro Miller* (Mississippi) 129.1
6. Quincy Carter (Georgia) 128.4
7. Tee Martin (Tennessee) 125.0
8. Andrew Zow (Alabama) 121.5
9. Wayne Madkin (Mississippi State) 118.4
10. Greg Zolman (Vanderbilt) 109.3

Yards From Scrimmage

1. Shaun Alexander (Alabama) 1706
2. Deuce McAllister* (Mississippi) 1186
3. Darrell Jackson (Florida) 1170
4. Joe Gunn* (Mississippi) 1142
5. Ronney Daniels (Auburn) 1068
6. Anthony White (Kentucky) 1031
7. James Whalen (Kentucky) 1019
8. Jamal Lewis (Tennessee) 1009
9. Jasper Sanks (Georgia) 948
10. Freddie Milons (Alabama) 911

Total Yards Per Play

1. Dusty Bonner (Kentucky) 5.4

Interception Return Touchdowns

1. Bennie Alexander (Florida) 2