Over the past few years, the Southeastern Conference has established an unprecedented level of dominance over the college football landscape. By winning 6 consecutive national titles, this success has evoked speculation on where these teams rank in the pantheon of all-time greats as well as the enduring nature of their achievement.
Few topics fuel such heated debate among fans and experts as the SEC’s perennial stranglehold on the premier college sport. Certain fan factions believe that this dominance will continue, while others believe it is a passing fad in a sport where the winds change as swiftly as its collective cast of starting quarterbacks.
Love it or hate it, there are several reasons to believe that the SEC will remain the preeminent conference for years to come: