SEC divisional analysis
Don't expect Ole Miss to be a Top 20 team in the country come December
Every weekend in the SEC, there seems to be one or two games with national title implications. It's logical, too: The conference has claimed the BCS championship in four of the last six seasons. By the numbers, the top SEC teams actually do play one another more frequently than do the top teams from other conferences.
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• Creator of the Fremeau Efficiency Index (FEI), a measure of college football team efficiency
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