LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - The Southeastern Conference's six-year streak of national championships could be in jeopardy.
And the SEC has expansion to thank for making it happen.
No. 9 Texas A&M and Missouri are making their presence felt since the SEC invited them into the fold.
The Aggies (8-2, 5-2 SEC) rolled into Tuscaloosa and knocked off defending champion Alabama 29-24 and now the SEC is by no means a lock to get into the BCS title game. The Tigers (5-5, 2-5) have beaten Kentucky and Tennessee, adding to the coaching chaos at those schools.
Auburn coach Gene Chizik says SEC teams are not teach the newcomers ``how to play football. They know how to play. I think that it's very obvious.''

Recent NCAAB Discussions

Carolina Wise Guy NBA Picks 10/25 on Tue, Oct 2016 by Timmy1961
Best Bets - East on Tue, Oct 2016 by Blade
Best Bets - West on Tue, Oct 2016 by Blade

NCAAB Headlines

More inNCAAB News  

NCAAB Top Stories

Thumbnail 2017 NCAA Title Odds Fresh off its first Sweet 16 berth in three years, Indiana seems to be trending back in the right direction under coach Tom Crean. This fall, though, will challenge the...
Thumbnail 2017 NCAA Title Odds George Washington named Maurice Joseph its interim head men’s basketball coach last week. Will the 31-year-old be able to keep the Colonials humming in 2016-17?
More inNCAAB Articles  

NCAAB Team Pages