More than a month after the media picked its All-SEC first, second and third teams, the coaches have weighed in with their own version of the preseason superlatives.
Announced Friday afternoon on the SEC's official website, the coaches' selections bear a general resemblance to the media's from mid-July, but there are a few minor differences of note. Two second-teamers on the previous list were named first-teamers on the newer one—and, of course, vice versa.
All 14 SEC programs had at least one player represented, and half of them had at least seven. Alabama and LSU led the way with 11 players recognized in total, but the Crimson Tide had an SEC-best eight on the first team while the Tigers checked in with just one.
But where did the coaches do the best job deviating from the media? And where did they make a mistake?
Was anyone egregiously under/overvalued?
Here's a quick recap of the list.