SEC primed to produce another BCS champSEC primed to produce another BCS champ
SEC schools have won the past three national titles, and Florida appears primed to make it four in a row this season.
Urban Meyer’s Gators return their entire starting defense – and each of their defensive second-teamers from a season ago – as well as Heisman-winning QB Tim Tebow in their quest to win their third national title in four seasons. They look to be head-and-shoulders better than anyone else in the SEC East. The SEC West, though, should be an intriguing race.
Defending division champ Alabama has to rebuild its offense but has what should be a stout defense. LSU is looking for consistent quarterback play and hoping for a much better defense under new coordinator John Chavis, who became a free agent when Tennessee booted coach Phil Fulmer and his staff. Ole Miss has the best quarterback in the division and a lot of playmakers, but it lacks the depth of the Tide and the Tigers. One advantage for Ole Miss is that Alabama and LSU have to travel to Oxford.