SEC Football: Ranking the SEC West for the 2013 Season

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SEC Football: Ranking the SEC West for the 2013 Season
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T.J. Yeldon and Alabama will look to rise to the top of the SEC West for the second straight year.

There's no denying the Southeastern Conference is the best conference in all of college football. But if that wasn't enough, the SEC might have the strongest division in the country in the SEC West.

Five of the last six national championships have hailed from the SEC West, with the Alabama Crimson Tide winning three of the past four national titles. And Nick Saban and company aren't going anywhere.

The addition of Texas A&M only strengthened the conference, and two teams that struggled last season—Auburn and Arkansas—acquired new head coaches to turn their programs around.

Needless to say, the SEC West is set to dominate the college football landscape once again in 2013, and there's not much that any other division can do about it.

Here we rank the teams that make up the SEC West for the 2013-14 season.

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