SEC Football: Ranking the East for 2012

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SEC Football: Ranking the East for 2012
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The SEC East wasn't great in 2011.  A few teams made some major gains, but the majority struggled mightily for most of the season.  Rebuilding may continue to be the key word for teams like Florida and Tennessee, and 2012 will be an enormously important year in that respect.  South Carolina and Georgia look to continue to pull away from the pack.  We'll see if they can build upon a good 2012 season.  Then there's Vanderbilt.  The Commodores seem to be on the move, and if James Franklin can continue to wipe away a dismal history in Nashville, the Dores may have a chance to secure the third spot in the East.  Kentucky absolutely has to make progress this year, and I'll believe it when I see it.  Where newcomer Missouri will fall remains to be seen.  It's going to be interesting. 

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