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@John at MrSEC There are a lot of ebbs and flows as to who is good in the conference too. Tennessee and Auburn have fallen on some hard times lately while schools like South Carolina and Texas A&M are serious contenders. But how long will either scenario last for that particular school - Auburn won't be terrible forever and will SC maintain their place when Spurrier leaves?
I think the traditional aspect of these rivalries is part of what makes the SEC special and they are not about only what happens this year, but for all of the years to come for your favorite school. I would have to think that plays a big part in the continued excitement about the SEC and gives fans something to cheer for even when their team isn't playing in Atlanta.
10 months ago on LSU, Florida… Just Man Up And Stop Whining
Removing permanent rivalries won't make them play the same schedule as 'bama still (which is what they are really complaining about). Everybody won't play the same still.