Many of the SEC heavyweights’ best seasons have followed strict party lines

I’ll say one thing about the BCS: It still may be a better system than the one we use to elect a president.
After 15 months on the campaign trail, after caucuses and primaries and nominating conventions, the 2008 presidential election is less than two weeks away.
Vote once (and no more) for the candidate you deem best, but remember there are consequences for your actions across the Southeastern Conference.

Don’t believe me? Many of the best seasons of the SEC’s traditional heavyweights have followed strict party lines:

ALABAMA – The Crimson Tide should have a natural attraction to the Republican Party, given the belief in a strong defense and the shared elephant mascot.