2013's Biggest Threats to Dethroning the SEC's BCS Championship Reign

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2013's Biggest Threats to Dethroning the SEC's BCS Championship Reign
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The SEC has produced the last seven BCS national champions and there won't be many threats to dethroning the conference in 2013.

Alabama, Auburn, LSU and Florida have chewed up and spit out teams from the Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and even an Independent during their championship reign. They've taken down Notre Dame, Oregon, Texas, Oklahoma and Ohio State (twice).  

Can any team compete with the level of play in the SEC or is there a team outside the conference that can steal The Coaches' Trophy away from Alabama, who's won three of the last four titles? 

It can be done, but the chances of it actually happening are thin to none. And it's actually leaning more towards the none-side of the argument.

So who's it going to be? Who's going to get their shot in 2013? Will Notre Dame get another chance at the title next year or will another team from one of the AQ conferences get a shot at knocking off the SEC?

The answers to these questions are still up in the air, but here are the biggest threats to dethroning the SEC's BCS championship reign in 2013.  

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