Suppose you were asked to define the Southeastern Conference in terms of what will happen in 2010.
Would the most important item be who will win the conference crown?
Could the team best positioned to win the title in 2011 be more important?
Will the group of coaches on hand for this season be in the same position by year's end?
The history of the SEC indicates success on the field will be measured in terms of national rankings as well as bowl results.
It is possible the Southeastern Conference accumulates more victories this season than any other conference has ever tallied. If so, does that mean the SEC in 2010 is the strongest league of all time?
Because of such national interest, let us look at what may develop in the 2010 season of the SEC.