The Southeastern Conference has been the gold standard in college football for nearly a decade, and that trend won't end in 2014.
Several stars are departing from the league, including 2012 Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M, Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron, Georgia signal-caller Aaron Murray and LSU running back Jeremy Hill.
It'll make for an interesting dynamic, as several top programs will need to rebuild.
However, the southern schools have dominated on the recruiting trail, leaving the league's powers set to reload with a new influx of talent.
Come along as we take an early look at the 2014 SEC slate and predict when each team will take its first loss of the season.
Note: Schedules via FBSchedules.com.