Power Ranking the Most Dangerous Offenses in SEC Football

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Power Ranking the Most Dangerous Offenses in SEC Football
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A rush of offense in 2013 made headlines in the Southeastern Conference. But with half the league losing its starting quarterbacks to either graduation or the NFL, defense should take the lead once again and give the SEC back its reputation as a defensive-minded league.

This tumultuous overthrow of power will continue one trend in 2014, though: The little guys are here to stay. Texas A&M, Missouri and Auburn will be joined by a couple of Mississippi schools in establishing a new world order in the SEC. Things are not what they have been.

SEC offenses have seen a great deal of change in both personnel and coordinators, and it's now time to review and rank them heading into the 2014 season.

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