How much longer can the SEC continue its reign of dominance?
The question has lingered for the past several years.
Yet there’s legitimate reason to believe the 2014 season stands to be the greatest challenge yet for the league, which will have either won the final BCS championship or will have won seven of the final eight.
The early postseason indicates virtually all—if not actually all—of the conference’s head coaches will return. Many coaches and offensive coordinators of the top programs will find themselves cultivating new quarterbacks while replacing multi-year starters.
This year proves again that one season does not necessarily indicate what will come next season. Ask Auburn and Missouri. Or Florida.
With the 2013 season not even complete yet, projecting next year certainly presents challenges. Here’s an early attempt.