10 Reasons Why Alabama, Florida, and the SEC Won’t Win the BCS Title

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10 Reasons Why Alabama, Florida, and the SEC Won’t Win the BCS Title

Football in the SEC has enjoyed a golden age in recent years, with a team from the conference winning the last four BCS National Championship games.

However, thanks to turnover, turmoil, parity, and the ascension of other teams across the country, the 2010-2011 season will not feature an SEC-spawned National Champion.

While the SEC Conference Championship game has basically decided the top team in the nation the last four years, the game this year won’t even vault one of its participants into the BCS Championship Game.

While the conference has become the center of national college football attention, the 2010-2011 season marks the biggest challenge yet for the SEC to produce another national champion. The conference will no doubt see its top two teams, Florida and Alabama, ranked highly and carrying lofty expectations that come with years of success, but this will not be either team’s year.

Here are the ten reasons why you’ll see another team besides Florida, Alabama, or anyone from the SEC lifting the glass football trophy come January 2011.

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