Video: Could The SEC’s Dominance Over College Football End This Weekend?

Sep 8, 2012; College Station, TX, USA; SEC logo on the field before a game between the Texas A

Is the SEC’s dominance over college football in trouble this weekend?

Randy Staples, “the cousin of Sports Illustrated’s Andy Staples,” takes a look at how the SEC’s dominance in the college football world could be in trouble and he has a very legitimate point.

If the LSU Tigers can upset the Alabama Crimson Tide, then the SEC could be without a team in the national title game.

How can this be possible, you may ask, well, here is “Randy Staples” explaining how the SEC’s six-year streak of BCS titles is in jeopardy this weekend if LSU can pull off the win.

Topics: Alabama Crimson Tide, Football, LSU Tigers

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