SEC Offenses That Won't Struggle vs. Alabama in 2013

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SEC Offenses That Won't Struggle vs. Alabama in 2013
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That Alabama defense is going to remain one of the best in all of college football with seven starters returning. Nick Saban and defensive coordinator Kirby Smart will make sure that some of the younger guys are ready to fill in their roles and keep this unit near the top once again. But while this conference is known for defensive production, the offensive side of the ball is slowly coming to life.

There were three SEC teams that finished in the top 25 in total offense last season, and a total of six offenses averaged more than 400 total yards a game. This conference still has a long way to go before becoming Pac-12 or Big 12 status, but there are offenses that can put up numbers and present you with balanced football on Saturdays.

The question now is which of these SEC teams will be able to move the ball on the Crimson Tide next year without running into issues?

The answer may actually surprise you.

As we break down the SEC schedule for Alabama next season and how some of the teams are looking, here are the offenses that will give Saban a few headaches on game day.

Note: All stats come from unless otherwise noted.

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