We at the SEC blog carried a makeshift camera with us all season and are pleased to provide you with snapshots of some of the more memorable moments from the 2012 season. Some were obvious. Some weren’t so obvious. Either way, it was another banner season for the SEC, which produced its seventh consecutive national championship and became the first conference in history to have five of the top 10 teams -- 1. Alabama, T-5. Georgia, T-5. Texas A&M, 8. South Carolina and 9. Florida -- in the final rankings. Sit back and enjoy.
“I had a lot of goals set for myself,” he said. “Unfortunately I wasn’t able to fulfill them this year, but they’re still in place. I’m getting ready for next spring and hopefully a great start from there.”