Every season has winners and losers. Some teams rise, some teams fall. It's part of the circle of football life.
This is particularly true in the ultra-competitive Southeastern Conference. Being on top ain't easy—ask Alabama fans—and rarely does one season come close to resembling the next.
Naturally, this season worked out well for some (Auburn, Missouri, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss) and not as expected for others. For some, it was a matter of bad luck. For others, it was egregiously poor coaching. For nearly all, injuries played a central role.
Let's check on those SEC teams that would prefer to hit the "reset" button on 2013. Call it rage-quitting, but that was unfair, dude, and you're basically cheating by spamming that play over and over.