Published February 8, 2014 - 11:15amNEW: Follow on facebook -
The BCS era is officially over, and it gives way to a new College Football Playoff era, which should be fun and intriguing even for a BCS homer like me.
The SEC dominated the BCS era, winning nine of 15 BCS Championship games. Tennessee won the first championship in 1998, and FSU ended it with their victory over Auburn this season, in an instant classic. But the middle was sandwiched by SEC dominance, and the conference’s dominance exits as the leading storyline throughout the 15-year era.
Over the last several weeks, SDS has broken down and ranked the SEC’s nine BCS Championship winners, listing their schedule, first- and second-round draft picks, key stats, coaching staffs and wins against top 25 opponents in order to determine the best overall team.
SEC’s BCS Championship Teams:
- No. 1: Florida Gators
- No. 2: Alabama Crimson Tide
- No. 3: Alabama Crimson Tide
- No. 4: Auburn Tigers
- No. 5: Alabama Crimson Tide
- No. 6: Tennessee Volunteers
- No. 7: LSU Tigers
- No. 8: Florida Gators
- No. 9: LSU Tigers
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