Am I wrong or right? The SEC's dominance over college football will eventually come to an end because other conference's are stepping up. Most notably, Ohio State hiring Urban Meyer. He brings an SEC style of recruiting and coaching to the B1G, which hasn't gone over well with some of them, but will ultimately force them to recruit the same way as Ohio State, whether they like it or not. The result? A stronger, more competitive conference that can compete better with the SEC.
We've seen a similar thing in the Pac 12, although to a lesser degree, with Oregon. Teams have changed the way they practice and prepare for the Ducks, both in the week leading up to their game with them, and during the off-season. And teams like Washington State, and Arizona have gone out and hired spread coaches.