With their win over Western Carolina on Saturday, the Alabama Crimson Tide staked out a new spot in the SEC record books. In recording its 10th victory of the season, Alabama took over sole control of the SEC record for consecutive 10-win campaigns.
This year is the seventh consecutive season the Crimson Tide have notched 10 or more victories. Coming into the year, Alabama was tied with Florida at six straight seasons. The Gators ran off their streak from 1993-98.
Here are the longest such streaks for the rest of the SEC.
Arkansas: 2 seasons (three times)
Auburn: 2 seasons (twice)
Georgia: 4 seasons (twice)
Kentucky: No consecutive 10-win seasons
LSU: 4 seasons
Mississippi State: No consecutive 10-win seasons
Missouri: 2 seasons (pre-SEC)
Ole Miss: 2 seasons
South Carolina: 3 seasons
Tennessee: 4 seasons
Texas A&M: 4 seasons (pre-SEC)
Vanderbilt: No 10-win seasons
When Florida did it there were fewer games so I'm not sure how well this really compares to that, but it does go to show Saban's dominance and Alabama's Dynasty in the modern era.