Why You Can Expect Each Team to Win the SEC...and Why Not
It is never too early to be thinking about why each conference team will have a chance to win the SEC this year. Here is a reason for every fan to have hope.
For balance, you will also find a reason why each group of fans should not expect to lift the conference championship trophy in Atlanta this December.
Why not? Quarterback is not the only offensive position without a clear answer. There is also the question of who the eventual Tide QB will throw to.
Why? Best group of receivers in the nation.
Why not? It is hard to win the SEC without proven cornerbacks.
Why? All it took was Cam Newton last year…is there another one year wonder on the horizon?
Why not? New starters will dominate the lineup.
Why? Roster has plenty of talent.
Why not? Will Muschamp is in his first year as a head coach.
Why? Best returning starter in conference at QB with Aaron Murray.
Why not? Winning to keep Mark Richt’s job will be too much for the Bulldogs to overcome.
Why? As expected, the Wildcats once again feature one of the nation’s best recruiting classes.
Why not? Oops….that is the Kentucky basketball roster that restocked with future pro talent.
Why? Dan Mullen can coach.
Why not? Just not enough talent and depth on the field.
Why? Houston Nutt seems to do his best coaching when expectations are low.
Why not? Houston, we have a problem. Lack of talent on offense, defense and special teams.
Why? Marcus Lattimore and Alshon Jeffery give the Gamecocks a solid one two punch at RB and receiver.
Why not? Stephen Garcia…is he in or out? Which is better for the Gamecocks?
Why? Tyler Bray has all the tools to be the next great Vol quarterback.
Why not? Defense will be suspect, with only six starters returning.
Why? The Commodores have the smartest players in the SEC.
Why not? The Commodores have the smartest players in the SEC.