SEC success a constant during BCS era
The advent of the Bowl Championship Series a decade ago was greeted in the Southeastern Conference much the same way as a speed limit would be for the fastest cars at a race track.
Given the overall balance and ruggedness of the SEC coupled with the fact that the champion had to survive a league title game, many of the coaches feared that the BCS system would be bad for business in the SEC.
"I think most of us thought that the championship game and the BCS setup, at that particular ...
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