It's not exclusively football, but Florida has another trophy to add to its collection.
The Gators, proving yet again that they own the top all-around athletic program in the league, won the SEC All-Sports trophy for the 2009-10 school years. It's the 20th time in the last 23 years that Florida has won the trophy.
Sponsored by The New York Times Regional Media Group, the award is tabulated by giving 12 points for a first-place SEC finish, 11 points for a second-place SEC finish and so on. A school's point total is divided by the number of sports it fields to come up with the average.
The Gators won the overall SEC All-Sports trophy as well as both the men's and women's trophies.
Here's a look at the overall standings: