The SEC’s BCS National Championship streak began with Urban Meyer coaching against the Ohio State Buckeyes in the 2007 title game.
Since then, college football’s best conference has rolled off seven straight titles.
As the nation learned in 2012, Ohio State is back for good after finishing 12-0 in Meyer’s first season. The coach also brought in an excellent recruiting class, as the Bucks ranked No. 1 on Scout.com and No. 2 on Rivals.com.
Factor in a potential Heisman Trophy candidate in quarterback Braxton Miller and Ohio State will definitely be in the national title discussion. The Buckeyes also have set expectations as well.
In an article by Stewart Mandel of Sports Illustrated, Ohio State certainly has displayed confidence:
“I hear about it all the time from my cousin — SEC this, SEC that,” said [Ryan] Shazier. “There’s one reason I came to Ohio State — to beat up on the SEC.”
“The SEC has won, what, seven [BCS titles] in a row?” said [Brad] Roby. “What better than for…
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