I've always been a bit amused at the term "SEC fatigue." Of course, I've always been amused at people when they get upset about others success. If we assume the rest of the college football world truly suffers from SEC fatigue, we can also assume they find themselves happy this morning with the slim chance there is a team from our conference in the title game. But, one thing that doesn't require an assumption is they'll find themselves thinking about the SEC once again in the BCS bowl season. Since the inception in 1998 it's been a forgone conclusion for a conference to have more than one team in the BCS bowls they'll need for one of their teams to be in the BCSNC game. At some point this week people will look at the rankings and realize that isn't the case. When the rankings are released this evening the SEC is going to hold the #4, #5, #6, #7, and #8 positions in the rankings. If things continue as they are forecast, and even if some of the three unbeaten teams lose a game, the SEC looks to be the first conference to have two teams in the BCS bowls without having a team in the title game. While some may choose to think the SEC is finally unseated, they'll also be forced to concede the same conference is going to occupy at least 50% of the slots in the top eight teams—possibly more. It may not work out this way. It'll be determined by SEC vs ACC teams in two games: UofSC vs Clemson and UF vs FSU. The odds of two ACC teams winning over two SEC teams to close out the season? Even if UF loses to FSU, would Clemson jump into the top eight with a win over UofSC and the FSU win? This season still has a lot of drama left in her.