The Rootability Pros And Cons Of Each Team In The SEC
What's good (and maybe not so good) about each of the 14 members of college football's reigning power conference, in rough order of their expected finish.
Almost every fan has a primary team, of course. But we also all end up playing favorites when we flip through the channels, or end up watching a lot of another team when our own is on a down year. (Many non-Big Ten fans take a side in the perennial Michigan-Ohio State war, for example.) Below, an evaluation of each SEC team's potential for spontaneous, secondary fandom, in rough order of their expected finish.