College Football Projections for 2011: The 11 Best 11s and the LSU Paradox

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College Football Projections for 2011: The 11 Best 11s and the LSU Paradox

Since the creation of the BCS Championship game as a separate event after the 2005 season, the SEC has controlled college football.

No team outside of the Southeastern Conference has won a BCS title since the championship ceased rotating as the actual Rose, Orange, Sugar and Fiesta Bowl contests.

Florida was declared champion for the 2006 and 2008 seasons, LSU was the 2007 kingpin, Alabama claimed the 2009 season and Auburn ruled the roost in 2010.

2011 could be another chapter in the seemingly endless display of SEC power.

The conference appears as strong as ever and will once again produce several contenders for an invitation to the BCS championship event.

Three SEC teams are ranked in this elite group of the nation's best.

So, pick the winner of the SEC and you have named the BCS champion.

Or, will you?

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