Good column. Certainly, Alabama's dominance is good for Tide fans and for the SEC inasmuch that each member shares in bowl and TV revenues. The conference benefits from the prestige, too, that leading teams garner. The longer-running dynasty is really the SEC's, which began with Tennessee's title in the first BCS and has continued with almost a .500 title capture since. No doubt in my mind that Georgia would have inflicted similar damage to Notre Dame in Monday's title game. I don't have problems with dynasties. Miami, Nebraska, et al,had great dynastic runs that we either loved or loved to hate. Either way, their successes didn't diminish the game and only increased enthusiasm on all fronts.