Continuing our coverage of the 2015 College Football conference breakdown we head down east to the the former best damn conference in the land with the SEC. While they haven't been winning championships like they used to the unimaginative pollsters haven't lost faith as the SEC is quite prevalent in this year's Top 25 polls. A full seven teams from the SEC appear in this year's Top 25 which calls into question the ability for anyone to make an accurate assessment of what teams are any good. By having so many teams in the Top 25, every game is automatically considered a quality win/loss and is thus a self fulfilling prophecy regardless of its' validity. This is exactly why I harp on the fact that college football would be more fun if there were more intra-conference FBS games. Conference games are cool but it's those matchups that get me excited.
But let's talk about the SEC. They recruit lots of highly ranked guys and it shows in the players they put into the NFL so this is naturally a conference you should be paying attention to despite the fact that recently they just can't win the big one. Maybe next year?
South Carolina 5-7
Mississippi State 9-3
Texas A&M 8-4
Ole Miss 6-6
Based on those results I don't think you could say too much has changed. I've got Georgia beating Bama in the mid-season game but Bama won't lose to them twice as Saban and Co will secure another SEC championship this year.
Offensive MVP: Dak Prescott, QB Mississippi State
Defensive MVP: Myles Garrett, DE Texas A&M
Breakout Star: Jeremy Johnson, QB Auburn
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