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Hey John, I know SEC football games will sell anywhere, anytime on TV, But how much do you think TV will play in the basketball side of scheduling? I know that ESPN has some say in who the opponents are who face twice a season in basketball with the BIG EAST. Thats why we see a lot of Syracuse vs UCONN and Georgetown vs Villanova and so forth. Do you think ESPN will have any say in the double games of the SEC in basketball next season? I'm sure getting Kentucky vs Florida (twice) or another highly projected SEC team will be more exciting to them than say Kentucky vs a lowly ranked S. Carolina or Ole Miss (twice). I'm just wondering where TV influence is going to come into play in future SEC basketball scheduling.

2 years, 7 months ago on SEC A.D.s Ready To Start Schedule Talks

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I would prefer that each team plays an 18 game schedule with ONE permanent foe home and away every season and then rotate the other FOUR home and away opponents between the other Twelve schools so, you would face every team in the league home and away in a season every three years. Here are my choices for the permanent home and away foes: Alabama-Auburn / Arkansas-Missouri / Georgia-South Carolina / LSU-Texas A&M / Miss.State-Ole Miss / Tennessee-Vanderbilt / Kentucky-Florida

2 years, 8 months ago on SEC Considers 19-Game Hoops Schedule

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@Dynamite fan

I would prefer that each team plays an 18 game schedule with ONE permanent foe home and away every season and then rotate the other FOUR home and away opponents between the other Twelve schools so, you would face every team in the league home and away in a season every three years.

Here are my choices for the permanent home and away foes
Alabama-Auburn
Arkansas-Missouri
Georgia-South Carolina
LSU-Texas A&M
Miss.State-Ole Miss
Tennessee-Vanderbilt
Kentucky-Florida

2 years, 8 months ago on An 18-Game, Divisionless Schedule Would Be Best For SEC Hoops

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