Which Southeastern Conference football team will be the most underrated in 2014 is just one of a wealth of projections we all go through in the offseason. Who will win the SEC, which players should we look out for, which newcomer will provide the biggest impact…Asking all of these questions allows us to wade through the difficult time in which bodies aren't flying across gridirons.
Turnover will play a vital role in the 2014 edition of SEC football. A massive amount of experience and talent is gone from key skill positions for powerhouse programs, leaving a void that will likely be filled by several teams that struggled in 2013.
The traditional threats remain, led by Auburn's stacked depth chart fresh off playing for a national title, but these three squads have the experience and talent to hit a 2014 surge and challenge for SEC supremacy in the fall. And let's not forget what happened a year ago when talented, experienced no-names threw the conference power structure on its head.