SEC Football's Full Spring Preview

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SEC Football's Full Spring Preview
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Alabama will attempt to defend the National Championship in 2012.

The SEC had an interesting 2011 season to say the least.

The conference got its fifth consecutive National Championship, but the champ didn't win the conference.

Then you have the addition of Texas A&M and Missouri, which on the surface is just different, but we might as well get used to it, because it's happening.

Players have moved on. A new class of young talent has come in, all with the mission of vying for SEC supremacy.

There are teams we can look at right away and say that we know what should happen with them for the most part.

LSU and Alabama should continue their solid level of competition, and you may be able to add Georgia to that group this season.  Florida should improve, and Vanderbilt could surprise some people.

We take a look at the SEC spring game schedule, day-by-day, and find out what the big questions are for each team, both East and West divisions, as we head further into 2012.

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