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The SEC has dominated the past seven years of college football, and its streak of national championships proves that. Unfortunately for the conference, Hugh Freeze and Butch Jones are now in town, and they're taking quality recruits off the trail.
Also, Texas A&M and Missouri have come in and snagged some major recruits, like Dorial Green-Beckham (WR, Missouri). They all come from the same recruiting trail, and the conference is no longer as top-heavy as it was.
So far, the SEC is having a down year. However, it's not going to get better in the future. Somebody has to win, therefore someone must lose. The seasons with more than two title contenders are a thing of the past.
Injuries to teams like Georgia have just made it more obvious sooner.