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Florida Led SEC In Arrests During 2015 College Football Season

Florida's successful 2015 season, highlighted by its first trip to the SEC Championship Game since 2009, had some disappointing moments along with it. 

According to NOLA.com, the Gators had more arrests in 2015 than any other school in the SEC, with Alabama and Mississippi State coming in a close second.

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Here's the list in full, accompanied by win total:

Florida: 8 arrests, 10 wins
Alabama: 6 arrests, 14 wins
Mississippi State: 6 arrests, 9 wins
LSU: 5 arrests, 9 wins
Georgia: 4 arrests, 10 wins
Ole Miss: 4 arrests, 10 wins
Tennessee: 4 arrests, 9 wins
Arkansas: 3 arrests, 8 wins
Auburn: 1 arrest, 7 wins
Texas A&M: 1 arrest, 8 wins
Kentucky: 0 arrests, 5 wins
Missouri: 0 arrests, 5 wins
South Carolina: 0 arrests, 3 wins
Vanderbilt: 0 arrests, 4 wins

It's an interesting list, to say the least. What do you think, college football fans?