As pointed out by others, I question your choice to leave out sports where the SEC is either weak or doesn't compete.
If the ACC is at a disadvantage due to its lack of gymnastics programs, then why shouldn't the other conferences tally up points where the SEC is lacking?
I think leaving out major sports such as lacrosse, hockey (field & ice), and wrestling among others clearly hurts the Big 10, ACC, Big East and Ivy League. If the SEC doesn't have teams, then too bad, you don't get the points!
And heavily weighting the importance of SEC strengths such as football because of audiences & money is, at the very least, disrespectful to athletes of other sports, even other SEC athletes.