2018 SEC Football Teams as Vehicles

2018 SEC Football Teams as Vehicles

Last Updated August 4, 2019

If you love SEC Football and cars, then you're going to be excited to see what we've done. We took each team in the SEC and matched them up with a vehicle that we thought best represented them. Some are based on the 2017-2018 season, and others were a nod to history. Check it out!

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SEC Vehicle Infographic

Here are a few that might need further explanation.

  • Arkansas - For its latest refresh, the mammoth Tahoe added a new 6.2L V8 engine and a 10-speed automatic transmission. Known in previous years for valuing power over speed on offense, the Hogs have made several changes in order to hopefully generate more points.
  • Georgia - After sitting out a few years in the mid-2010s, the Raptor returned better than ever. Similarly, the Bulldogs grew stale for several years, but they are now back with a new attitude and ready to make up for lost time.
  • Kentucky - The Mazda CX-5 does well in the snow. The snowy conditions coincide with basketball season when the UK athletics program is at its peak.
  • LSU - The Jaguar XJ is still awesome, but the model has not made much noise lately. LSU is still one of the biggest names in College Football, but the Tigers haven’t sniffed a National Championship in seven years.
  • Tennessee - The BMW 328i looks great, but it costs a fortune to maintain. Similarly, there’s a lot to like about Tennessee football on the surface, but the Vols keep hiring and firing head coaches every few years.

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2018 SEC Football Teams as Vehicles

If you're an SEC Football fan and love cars, then you're going to love what we've done. We took each team in the SEC and matched them up with what vehicle we think would best represent them. Some are based on the 2017-18 season, while others have a nod to history.