SEC Football: Can the SEC Regain Their Dominance Against Non-Conference Teams?
Fact, the South Eastern Conference has won the last five consecutive Bowl Championship Series National Championships.
Fact, the SEC has produced a number of NFL draft picks in the first round, and first overall.
Fact, the SEC has some of the best football in the country.
However, Fact, for the second straight week, the bottom of the talent of the SEC is going to hurt the reputation of the SEC as the best conference in college football.
Last week it was Ole Miss taking on BYU in Mississippi. Should have been an easy win for an SEC team going against a team now playing as an Independent. Instead Miss gave up a fourth quarter ten point lead to BYU losing 14-13.
Another example, the University of Georgia getting throttled by Boise State in Atlanta.
This week there are a number of SEC teams that may not defend the honor of the SEC against non-conference teams. Kentucky started out slow against Central Michigan, but looks to have this game in control now.
Will Tennessee hold off Cincinnati and Vanderbilt beat Connecticut from the Big East? Can Alabama beat Penn State at Happy Valley? And can Ole Miss rebound against Southern Illinois?
Can the SEC rebound from Week One and have a dominating performance in Week Two.
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