Bowl Schedule 2010: 10 Legitimate Reasons Why SEC Will Have a Losing Bowl Season

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Bowl Schedule 2010: 10 Legitimate Reasons Why SEC Will Have a Losing Bowl Season
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Since the Florida Gators defeated the Ohio State Buckeyes 41-14 in the 2007 BCS Championship Game, the SEC has reigned as the supreme conference in college football.

The conference has claimed the last four national titles, and the SEC Championship Game has become a de facto national semifinal matchup.

And despite having 10 of its 12 schools receive bowl berths, the seemingly untouchable conference, particularly the SEC East, has had a down year.

Here are 10 legitimate reasons why each bowling SEC squad could lose their postseason game.

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