LEGEN...wait for it...DARY
Join Date: Jul 2006
Everyone agrees that the sec is best...but when arguing that it is, you should at least do it fairly. I mean your opinion if winners or potential winners from other conference is hardly fair representation. The SEC has had about as many different conference champs as any other conference since 1992. I know the big 10 has had Michigan, OSU, Illinois, Penn State, and Northwestern. That is 5. The SEC has had the big 6 of Bama, auburn, UF, LSU, UGA and UTenn. The big 12 ha had UTex, Neb, OU, Colorado, and I think A&M. The PAC 10 had UW, ASU, UCLA, USC, Oregon, WSU and Oregon state I am prett sure which is more.
Th ACC is still so new but those teams have all been pretty even. BC, Va Tech, FSU, Wake, Clemson have all competes for it.
Not to mention the lesser SEC teams that you are talking about often lose their bowl games. If it weren't for the top 2-3 SEC teams winning those high profile matchups the conference wouldn't be thought of as highly and wouldn't have a winning record in bowls.
I would look it up but I am on my phone posting this from work. Feel free to verify though. I am sure you will learn a lot.
Anyway...your comment about if bama can run and play great defense is obvious. That is what they want to do and hve done. Auburn took that away from them with average talent and a strong will. McCoy isthe eat QB that Bama will have seen all year and Texas's secondary is very underrated. This will be close and I wil gurantee that.