SEC Football: Grading Each Coaching Staff's Performance in 2012

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SEC Football: Grading Each Coaching Staff's Performance in 2012
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If you didn't already know, the SEC is very productive when it comes to college football. The conference has a team in the BCS National Championship Game for the seventh straight time and nine of the 14 teams became bowl eligible this season.

The college football regular season has recently come to an end, but just because the season is over doesn't mean we act like it never happened.

It is now time to turn to begin handing out awards to the coaching staffs. While the players receive majority of the attention on the field, it is the coaches that make everything work in the end. All of the talent doesn't necessarily mean you are going to win a lot of games. A few teams in this conference actually learned that the hard way.

Let's now take a look at the best coaching staffs in the SEC and see who was able to produce on the sidelines this year.

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