McKewon: Things are a bit uneasy with SEC sniffing around

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Posted: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 12:00 am | Updated: 2:10 pm, Thu Jun 5, 2014.

LINCOLN — In college football recruiting, the SEC's not Southern comfort. It's Southern cutthroat.

After a few years of watching several Pac-12 and Big Ten teams launch their way into the top 10 of the nation's recruiting classes, the SEC had a fierce answer in 2014. And although Alabama and LSU turned their usual superstar classes, the league didn't use the Crimson Tide and the Tigers to make its biggest arguments.

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