Who makes a run in 2012? Something to discuss today, which team surprises the experts and makes a run at the title in 2012? Here are the cases for/against: Boston College - 15 seniors, senior QB and WR/TE combination should be tough. Defense seems a bit young. Duke - 16 seniors including a senior QB. Transfer HB Storm Johnson should be solid. Offense seemed to turn around late last year, but is there enough overall depth to compete? Virginia - 20 seniors. Very experienced team, with a young QB who gained experience starting all last year. Similar to Duke, are the playmakers there to make some noise? Wake Forest - 16 seniors. Talent and experience seems to be spread out among the key offense and defense positions. South Carolina - 14 seniors. Has to replace Garcia at QB, but returns Gurley at WR and his speedy HB. The offense is there, and the defense is good enough to compete week in, week out. Kentucky - 17 seniors, including at QB and HB. He's got playmakers on the offensive side of the ball, can the defense make enough plays to win the key games? Ole Miss - 15 seniors. Still one of the youngest teams, and has 2 of the best user recruiting classes in the pipelines. The talent is there, and I think this is his year in the SEC West. Miss St - 16 seniors. Keeping MLB Wilson and DT Boyd keeps the defense competitive, but questions remain at QB and the secondary. Texas - 13 seniors. Young and really talented. They're excluded (sorry Bond, only 10 poll options can be chosen). Kansas St - 17 seniors. Lost a lot of talent off his conference champion team last year, but still has ultra TE Crowder. He'll be competitive for sure. Missouri - 16 seniors. All 3 QB's returned, but the WR corp took a bit of a hit. Has shown that he isn't dropping games to the CPU, so it all comes down to whether Bond/JR can knock him off again this year.