SEC Giants Punching Back at Scheduling Critics

Posted by Kevin Scott on August-25-2009 Add Comments

Over time, the SEC has drawn criticism from many fans across the nation for each school's out-of-conference schedule.  Defenders of the nation's premier conference point towards the grueling inner conference play as a reason the member institutions should shy away from big out-of-conference games.

In 2004 one of the better teams in the history of the SEC went through the schedule unblemished.  Considering the strength of the conference, many would assume that the Auburn Tigers would be a shoe in for the BCS Championship Game.

The 2004 version of the Tigers boasted two of the top five picks in the draft, at the same position, in Ronnie Brown and Cadillac Williams.  Auburn featured other future NFL stars like J...

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