During the last few years, when talk amongst football fans/media turned to SEC conference superiority (often discussed as "vastly" superior vs. the other major conferences), you would often hear many fans complain about the media drum-beating for that POV, and some fans proclaiming that the SEC itself was over-rated and not superior, other than a team or two at the top.
I always felt that it was a simple fact that the conference was superior to any other, and that not only the national titles but head to head records and NFL talent sent proved that beyond a reaonable doubt. But with Texas A&M and Missouri, two teams that in no way were even top level Big 12 teams, coming into the conference and succeeding quite nicely, I'm starting to wonder myself (recall how dismissive most of us were about adding Missouri during B1G expansion talks). Both schools were mid-level teams in their old conferences, and now are in the top half of the SEC, with Missouri in the title game.
So what does this say to you? Has it changed your view of the SEC and it's "superiority?"