The SEC had a decade-long streak ended this year

The SEC won't like to hear this, but it just had a decade-long streak ended when Vanderbilt was unable to take the third game of the College World Series from the ACC's Virginia Cavaliers. For the first time since the 2004-05 academic year, the Southeastern Conference was unable to secure a championship in football, baseball, or basketball. That year USC won in football, Cal-State Fullerton took the CWS, and North Carolina was the last team dancing during March Madness. This was the first time in nine years that an SEC team wasn't at least in the football National Championship game, but the conference isn't dead yet.

The SEC did have a team in all of the semifinals for those events and even won some championships in other sports (Florida in gymnastics and softball for example). You know who else can say that though? The ACC. And they ended up with two of the championships (basketball and baseball). But don't worry, the SEC East will make its comeback in football this year and the conference as a whole is set to make a resurgence in basketball and give Kentucky some competition. LSU, Texas A&M, and Mississippi State specifically are ready to pounce with their incredible recruiting classes and SEC baseball has always been top notch. That will be about just being able to finish the season strong as the SEC made up four of the eight CWS teams this year.

I don't think we need to worry quite yet because the SEC is only ready to start a new streak.