And all that's left is SEC Championship Game between Alabama and Georgia... Despite whatever the outcome of that game, a few things are certain – the SEC will finish with 6 10 win teams, 9 out of 14 teams being bowl eligible, and that there will be an SEC representative in the BCS national championship for the seventh year in a row.
This season has seen Ole Miss return to being a competent program, Arkansas not being able to do anything on the field with a nincompoop head coach in John L. (Jonnelle) Smith, Mississippi State still not being able to beat the upper echelon SEC teams, and an SEC newcomer come in and wow damn near everybody they've faced – I'm looking at you, Texas A&M.
Now that the season is over, however, it's time to take a look and see where the bowl eligible SEC teams will be going. Sorry, Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas, and Auburn, but you get to watch the rest of them while your at home looking for new coaches. Well, except you, Missouri, you just get to sit at home and get drunk on egg nog.no comments