Probably yes. SEC teams have won the last 6 BC national championship games. Big east teams have't been nearly as dominant in the NCAA tournament. Last 6 winners have included ACC (Duke, UNC), Big 12 (Kansas), and SEC (Florida). I'd agree that Big East is the best in college basketball though.
The SEC, Big East, Big 12, Pac 12, C-Usa, Big 10 does so therefor 6 confrences
Not Julio Jones from Alabama. No one from the SEC, Big 12, or ACC. but from the conference USA Dwayne Harris East Carolina 2010
The SEC. then the Big 12, Pac 10, Big 10, and ACC
11 Conferences, Plus 1 group of independents = 12 ACC, Big 12, Big East, Big Ten, Conference USA, Mid-America, Mountain West, Pac 10, SEC, Sun Belt, WAC, IA Independents
America East Atlantic 10 ACC Atlantic Sun Big 12 Big East Big Sky Big South Big Ten Big West CAA Conference USA Horizon Ivy MAAC MEAC Missouri Valley Mountain West NEC Ohio Valley Pac-10 Patriot SEC SoCon Southland SWAC Sun Belt Summit West Coast WAC
Some sources have told me that the 2010 tourney will be in Duluth, Ga (site of the 2007 tourney), but I can not get a reliable confirmation from anyone. Why is it such a secret, I wonder....
The answer to that easy question is SEC, Big TEN, TIED BABY (DICK VITALE, LOL)
The SEC is a section of the NCAA. You must win or do well in your league and its tournemant in order to get an invite to March Madness.
In college sports, the SEC is the Southeastern Conference. It is one of the NCAA Division I conferences.
SEC BY FAR
Depends on which conference, and there is a lot of them,.. Big East, SEC, ACC., etc
The SEC (Southeastern Conference).
College basketball teams are part of the NCAA. The teams are divided into divisions America East, American, Atlantic 10, ACC, Atlantic Sun, Big 12, Big East, Big Sky, Big South, Big 10, Big West, Colonial, Conference USA, Independents, Horizon, Ivy, MAAC, Mid-American, MEAC, Missouri Valley, Mountain West, Northeast, Ohio Valley, Pac-12, Patriot League, SEC, Southern, Southland, SWAC, Summit League, Sun Bent, West Coast and WAC.
No, teams do not apply to bowl games to play. Teams that play in BCS bowl games are based on their national ranking. The BCS bowls specify which ranking will play another ranking. Other bowl games have contracts with certain conferences which will specify that a member of that conference will play in the bowl game. Some examples are: 1) Outback Bowl - contracts with the Big 10 and SEC. A Big 10 team will play an SEC team. 2) Papa Johns Bowl - contracts with the Big East and SEC. An SEC team will play a Big East team. 3) Insight Bowl - contracts with the Big 10 and Big 12. The 6th place team in the Big 10 will play the 6th place team in the Big 12. 4) Music City Bowl - contracts with the SEC and ACC. An ACC team will play an SEC team.
is the north east foundation incorporated has a SEC CERTIFICATE,
ACC, which might as well be the SEC. The ACC is the SEC's little sister.