Summing up the lists: LSU 5 (5 baseball) Alabama 3 (3 football) Kentucky 3 (3 basketball) Georgia 2 (1 football, 1 baseball) Florida 1 (football) Tennessee 1 (football) Arkansas 1 (basketball) OK so I sorted LSU first! If Bama fans were to argue a football championship is more significant, I wouldn't argue with them. One clear point is championships for SEC schools have been hard to come by. Almost half of the SEC is not represented as having won any championship in any sport since '70. Even a traditionally strong football program like Tennessee only has 1 national championship in the last 50 years. Florida only has 1 ever ('96). Another point is LSU has been the SEC's only baseball champion (other than Georgia), and Kentucky the only basketball champion, even though the SEC has had strong teams in these sports in many different years. Becoming a champion is a tough nut to crack. If LSU were to even come close to winning 3 championships in the same year, the feat would be unimaginable by SEC standards or even national standards, especially when outside of LSU the SEC has a total of 10 total championships in the 3 major sports since 1970. Any championship LSU can tack on increases that % significantly.