Wasn't referring to just non-SEC people. Look, there are great teams throughout the country regardless of conference. Oregon has a successful system, USC hauls in top talent throughout the west region, the state of Texas may be the biggest pipeline, you of course have the south, FSU benefits from SEC area recruits while playing an ACC schedule, Ohio St and Michigan put in a ton of money in their programs and benefit from being the two major schools in the conference that put football above basketball (this is not a slight towards anyone), and then of course you have the really well coached teams who do more with less that are scattered throughout. Is the SEC been on a historically dominant run? Yes. When it comes to top teams vs top teams? It's kind of a wash, or will be soon. When these top teams face each other who have 100k+ attendance, millions invested, the best coaches, 5-star players as back ups, and championship expectations...doesn't matter what conference sticker is on the helmet.