Two weeks into the season, we’re getting a clearer picture of what the teams are. Now, this could all change, as September’s monsters can turn into November’s ghosts pretty easily. However, we now have actual results on the field against genuine competition with which to base our massive overreactions.
Overall, the SEC looks like it is in for another rough year. It’s not total garbage, but the days of SEC dominance appear to be over. The other conferences haven’t caught up so much as the SEC as fallen back to the pack. Really, no one looks like that dominant conference right now. But we still have some dominant teams…
1. Alabama. Bama finished up its annual week two tradition of failing to cover a ridiculous spread against a horribly outmatched opponent the week after they got done with stomping some pretender into dust on national TV in week one.


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