Ah, the SEC.
Home of the best players in the country. And the best coaches in the country. And, yes, for the past six years or so, the best teams in the country, too.
We find ourselves living squarely in The Age of Slive--a time that has seen just one league, the mighty SEC, dominate the college football landscape like no league has ever dominated it before.
With Nick Saban at Alabama and Les Miles at LSU, with Steve Spurrier at South Carolina and Mark Richt at Georgia, with Gene Chizik at Auburn and, um, John L. Smith at Arkansas (sorry, ran out of names there, folks), it seems the SEC is consolidating more power (and more talent) with each passing year.
But can it continue?
That's just one of the questions we'll attempt to answer here, as we continue our week-long series of college football previews with Three Questions: The SEC Edition.
Photo: Marcus Lattimore and South Carolina will look to challenge LSU and Alabama for SEC superiority. (Getty Images)