Here's how Alabama athletics fared against every SEC school in 2021-22 sports year

Derrian Carter
The Tuscaloosa News

Alabama athletics had a winning record across all sports against only three SEC opponents in head-to-head competition in the 2021-22 school year, according to research by The Tuscaloosa News.

The Crimson Tide dominated Missouri (7-4) and edged out Vanderbilt (5-3-1) and Mississippi State (8-7). Alabama finished with a 82-103-2 overall record against SEC opponents.

Alabama football won the SEC championship against Georgia but lost to the Bulldogs in the College Football Playoff championship. Crimson Tide gymnastics finished second at the SEC Championships and placed seventh at the NCAA national title meet. The men’s basketball team made the NCAA Tournament, and the women’s golf team reached the semifinals of the SEC Championship. 

The Crimson Tide men's and women’s cross-country teams also finished in the top five in the SEC. The men’s track and field team placed third at the SEC indoor championship, while placing second outdoors.

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Alabama fields varsity teams in the following 19 sports: baseball, men and women’s basketball, football, men and women’s golf, gymnastics, rowing, soccer, softball, men and women’s swimming and diving, men and women’s tennis, men and women’s track and field, men's and women's cross country and volleyball.

Here is Alabama’s head-to-head, dual competition record against each SEC school: 

Arkansas: 6-8

Auburn: 7-10

Florida: 6-9

Georgia: 8-9

Kentucky: 5-7

LSU: 8-11

Mississippi State: 8-7

Ole Miss: 6-8

Missouri: 7-4

South Carolina: 7-8

Tennessee: 5-10

Texas A&M: 4-9-1

Vanderbilt: 5-3-1

Derrian Carter is a sports reporting intern for the Tuscaloosa News. Contact him at or follow him on Twitter @DerrianCarter00.