I have said it on here multiple times, only 4 teams (3 programs) since 1976 have won back-to-back national championships and it wasn't because all those other teams didn't have talent. Its an almost impossible task in sports.....(except basketball). Especially in college football. Team Turnover, Staff turnover, Injury luck, Schedule luck and team chemistry have to be almost perfect two years in a row.Sometimes things come together during rebuilding years. It helps when there is a tremendous amount of talent. We did accomplish a lot last year, but we really only looked like a championship team twice all year, in my opinion. We looked really good against Mississippi St. and Georgia in the SEC title game. Otherwise, we could have easily lost to LSU, Arky, and Auburn in the month of November alone. We found a way to win, and that's what ultimately counts, but we often looked very average last year. I hope we roll more like 2020 this year, even though we have a few tricky situations with our schedule this year.