We all know that week-in and week-out the Southeastern Conference is a tough, physical conference. It's always tough to win on the road, and sometimes equally challenging at home. Just consider this about the top teams in the conference:
- Florida beat Texas A&M, LSU, and South Carolina but lost to Georgia
- South Carolina dominated Georgia but lost to LSU and Florida
- LSU beat Texas A&M and South Carolina but lost to Florida and Alabama
- Alabama squeaked by LSU but lost to Texas A&M
- Georgia lost to South Carolina but hasn't experienced an SEC defeat since
That is it. You named it. Well-done. Georgia beat # 2 Florida, who themselves beat # 7 LSU, # 8 Texas A and M, and # 9 South Carolina.
This represents the best win by any of the top BCS-ranked teams today.
Alabama beat # 7 LSU, who themselves beat # 8 Texas A and M and # 9 South Carolina.
This represents the 2nd best win by any of the top BCS-ranked teams today.
Alabama is # 4 and Georgia is # 5. We play each other 2 weeks' from tomorrow.
The winner of that game, gets a BUMP-UP in the polls that day for that team will either have :
(1) Beat # 6 Florida and # 4 Alabama
(2) Beat # 7 LSU and # 5 Georgia.
This is The SEC's finest hour, 2012. Never in our Strongest Conference in America, have we ever had 6 of the top 9 BCS-ranked teams.
Our winner will play in The BCS 2-team play-off National Championship Title Game.
NONE of the other top-ranked BCS teams such as Notre Dame, Oregon and Kansas State have even
1-win that compares with that
after our SEC Championship Game at the Georgia Dome 4 pm 2 weeks' from tomorrow.
Our SEC fans will not allow anything short of the winner of the Best Conference, with TWO (2) huge big wins over BCS Top 7 teams, playing and representing 7 of the top 9.
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