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SEC PREVIEWS: A new day in Nashville

Nelson Chenault -US PRESSWIRE

As if winning five straight national titles wasn't enough to declare the Southeastern Conference's college football supremacy, the league managed to take it one step further last season when the BCS title game matchup between Alabama and LSU guaranteed a sixth straight national champion from the SEC before the championship game was even played.

So how does seven in a row sound? Well it will be hard to bet against the SEC continuing its dominance, especially with LSU returning 15 starters from last year's squad and BCS champ Alabama still loaded on the offensive side even with the loss of standout running back Trent Richardson. Yet the big story in SEC Football 2012 is the addition of Missouri and Texas A&M to the conference, something... Recommended Stories

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