Six consecutive national championships are impossible to argue against, as much as you would probably like to. Unless you’re an SEC fan, of course, then you will gladly embrace this long stretch of college football dominance.
This offseason has been an interesting one for the nation’s elite. Bobby Petrino, Tyrann Mathieu, Isaiah Crowell and others are gone for one reason or another, but plenty of talent remains. In fact, "plenty" really don't do it justice.
LSU and Alabama are figured to be in the national championship mix once again, Georgia has been given the easiest conference path to the championship game, and a handful of teams are looking to make the jump from talented to contender. There are also the two new guys as well.
Time for predictions, only we’re doing things slightly differently. You’ve already read the same preview piece 8,920 times on different websites and are in need of something unique. If so, welcome.
Just like we did with the Big Ten, each SEC team has been given a record, strength, weakness and been compared to an alcohol that accurately encompasses their 2012 squad. A Twitter synopsis has also been included, because summing up a team in 140 characters is telling and also harder than you think.