NCAA Football: The Dominance Behind The SEC In The BCS

Posted by James Colt on July-28-2009 Add Comments

Sometimes when I'm just sitting around with nothing to do, some random thoughts run through my head.

Today, I began to wonder if USC could have beat LSU in the 2004 Sugar Bowl if they would have played the way many of us expected them to play.

My answer to this question was not only no, but it got me thinking a lot more about the BCS, it's champions, and people's perception of which conference is best.

For starters, I'm going to provide a quick piece of information to back up my answer as to why USC would have lost to LSU in the 2004 Sugar Bowl. 

The simplest reason why is because no SEC school has ever lost a BCS National Championship Game.

The SEC has reigned supreme in BCS National Championship ...

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