Should the current run by the SEC be considered a dynasty? I find this to be a very good question. Should the SEC, as a collective unit, be considered a Dynasty? The link gives many stats that support calling the current SEC run a dynasty. It's a tough question to answer because dynasties are associated with single teams. We deserve the recognition of having done and continuing to do something special that has never occurred before. The SEC has definitely dominated the last 8 years and won 6 championships, both of which are characteristics of a dynasty. Yet, can a conference be called a dynasty.