Here is a little gem from the article:
"Other conferences such as the Big-12 do provide some challenge to the supremacy of the SEC. After all, the Big-12 is itself laden with powerhouses such as Oklahoma and Texas. However, unlike the SEC, a number of teams in the Big-12 do not measure up to the broad range of talent evident in the SEC. Numerous teams in the conference such as Baylor, Texas A&M, Missouri, Colorado and Kansas State mathematically and skill wise do match up with the weakest teams in the SEC."
So when the facts don't support your claim apparently just make it up. Or perhaps our woodshed meeting with Tennessee does not count. Or perhaps the Auburn escape at Jordan Hare? These articles are really getting old.