Wednesday, December 19, 2012
More than crystal footballs for the SEC
By Edward Aschoff
For the past six-plus seasons, dominance has been spelled with S-E-C in the college football world.
The SEC's national championship dominance -- and the possibility of ending it -- has been the leading storyline in college football for the past few years, and when the Discover BCS National Championship rolls around, a large contingent of people above the Mason-Dixon Line will be rooting for Notre Dame to put an end to the SEC's run when the Fighting Irish take on Alabama in Miami.
But even if Alabama falls short, the SEC's postseason dominance won't just fade away. No, this conference has been cleaning up during bowl season outside of just racking up crystal. The SEC's dominance has consumed the entire postseason experience.
To read more about the SEC's bowl dominance, click here.