Forecasting the SEC's 2014 football media guide cover

If this is what the SEC's 2013 football media guide looks like, what are we in for if the conference makes it eight?

The SEC released the cover for its 2013 media guide, and, needless to say, the nation's strongest conference wants you to know about the fact that it has won seven consecutive national championships.789540569_medium

Those are the logos of the 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013 BCS National Championship games, all won by SEC schools. Man, those guys really do get all the Tostitos.

This is a bit of a trend, it seems. Here's last year's media guide: Secguide12_medium

Not as up-front, but there's still a pretty prominent theme there.

And here's the 2011 version:


Okay, that's actually amping up the obnoxiousness a bit.

It turns out these things take planning, and we've assuredly gotten our hands on the 2014 guide a year ahead of time. Take a peek:


Thanks to Luke Zimmermann for Photoshop assistance.

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