The SEC might as well be renamed the land of the running backs.
The reason, of course, lures from the explosion the freshmen running backs had onto the scene last season.
Alabama's T.J. Yeldon helped the Crimson Tide win a national championship with 1,108 rushing yards, while Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall combined for 2,144 rushing yards for the Georgia Bulldogs.
Oh, and that freshman Jeremy Hill at LSU led the Tigers to victories in the fourth quarter against both South Carolina and Texas A&M. We're all still scratching our head at the fact that he had no rush attempts against Clemson in the final 15 minutes.
So with all of these great running backs entering their sophomore seasons, it begs the question—who's the best? Here are the top 10 running backs in the SEC for 2013.