My Conference Can Beat Your Conference: Why the SEC Still Rules College Football

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Nowhere is the passion more intense than on the campuses of the 14 colleges of the Southeastern Conference and among their fans. The fervor traces back to , when the University of Alabama beat Washington in the Rose Bowl and gave Southerners something to celebrate on the national stage for the first time in about 70 years.

Football buoyed us again through the civil rights era. When Alabama Governor George Wallace shamefully stood in the schoolhouse door in Tuscaloosa, the legendary coach Bear Bryant was roaming the sideline around the corner.

The state may have been the laughingstock of the nation in most every category—but it was elite in football. For diehard SEC fans, nothing means more than game day. Dick Coffee attended straight Alabama games before his death at age Freeman Reese made it to consecutive Alabama games before the flu ended the streak.

Occasionally the fanaticism is downright criminal. Roll damn Tide. Updyke was arrested after his radio confession and eventually served a short jail sentence, but he became a mini celebrity as a result. Neighbors probably should have seen it coming, though.