As another year of SEC competition ended on the baseball diamonds, we are left to this conclusion:
It is Florida's world and the other 11 schools are just living in it.
The Gators claimed a share of the baseball title on Saturday, their eighth championship of the 2010-11 SEC season. And that, folks, is a record.
No one else managed half that many. Tennessee produced two.
It's true that not all championships are viewed equally. Nor are they financially rewarded equally.
Auburn's football title is the most coveted prize - anywhere south of Jellico, that is.
Other than the parents involved, any Gator fan would swap a volleyball and soccer title for Auburn's football trophy.
Auburn added men's swimming and women's golf. Arkansas also claimed three titles, its traditional triumvirate of men's indoor and outdoor track and cross country.
But Florida clearly is the most well-rounded program in a league in which every sport is a contested at the highest level.
Besides the baseball share, the Gators were best in men's basketball and golf. The women won soccer, volleyball, tennis, cross country and indoor track.
Tennessee's titles came in women's basketball (regular season and tournament) and men's tennis (shared with Georgia). No surprises there.
The Lady Vols won the softball tournament but the championship is determined by the regular season.
A lost weekend at Florida pried the title out of Tennessee's grasp and handed it to Alabama.
Georgia scored in women's swimming and settled for the co-title in men's tennis (although UT won head-to-head to claim the No. 1 seed in the tournament).
LSU got on the board in women's outdoor track. South Carolina and Vanderbilt shared the three-way baseball split with Florida.
Kentucky's only celebration was the men's basketball tournament, but Florida won the regular-season championship.
Besides softball, Alabama won gymnastics, in which UT does not compete. The Lady Vols row, but it's not an SEC sport.
Tennessee's women outperformed the men.
The Lady Vols were second in tennis and third in soccer, volleyball, softball and indoor track.
They were also fourth in swimming/diving, fifth in outdoor track and sixth in golf.
The only meltdown was an uncharacteristic 12th-place showing in cross country.
The men, meanwhile, were third in golf and swimming/diving. Cross country finished fourth.
Elsewhere, UT was in the bottom half of the league.
That includes seventh in indoor track and eighth in outdoor track.
What's left? Only the marquee sports. The news was not good.
Bruce Pearl's final basketball team finished fifth in East and eighth overall at 8-8.
Derek Dooley's first football team tied for third in the East and ranked ninth overall at 3-5.
Finally, the baseball team dragged home last in the league at 7-23.
Good riddance, you're probably thinking. The 2011-12 season begins in three months.