Since I'm bored, I took a look at Georgia's record since the last SEC title and here is where we are against the conference (records include SECCG results):
|SEC West||Conf. Record||Vs. UGA|
Looks fairly normal, considering the SEC West has five national championships in those seven seasons and LSU lost the national championship game after beating Georgia in the SEC championship game. Of the seven wins the West has over Georgia, three came from teams that won or competed for the National Championship (Alabama, LSU and Auburn).
Georgia is still 16-7 against the West in that time.
|SEC East||Conf. Record||Vs. UGA|
Now, if you want trends, Georgia going 6-8 against Florida and South Carolina is a concern, although two of those years, Florida won the national championship and in a third year, their only loss was in the SEC Championship to National Champion Alabama. The 3-4 against South Carolina, well....that sucks.
Georgia is 22-14 against the East in this time period.
Georgia was 37-21 in the conference during this time span, 4th behind 'Bama, Florida, and LSU, not counting Texas A&M's 6-2. Against teams with winning conference records, Georgia is 15-14. By comparison, Alabama is 19-12, LSU is 22-14, and Florida is 16-13. These are the only schools above .500 against the teams with winning records in the conference. South Carolina is 9-21 against teams with winning conference records, with four of those wins coming against Georgia.
Don't really know what it all adds up to, but it is interesting to see where we stand vis a vis the rest of the conference.