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I found Joe Alleva's comments about a disparity in the permanent opponents amusing. He complains that LSU has to play Florida every year but Ole MIss has Vanderbilt as a permanent opponent and Mississippi State has Kentucky, two traditional SEC bottom-feeders. For one, it's not like Ole Miss and Mississippi State are football juggernauts (7 SEC football championships between them, the most recent in 1963). For another, I don't think Alleva would even be bringing up the disparity issue if LSU had Vanderbilt or Kentucky as a permanent opponent.
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I believe you also said (correct me if I'm wrong) that the SEC would eventually go to a nine game conference schedule unless 7 wins became necessary for bowl eligibility. If that scenerio were to occur, do you think the conferences that currently play or are implementing 9 game conference schedules would maintain those or adopt schedules more friendly to bowl eligibility? I'm interested in knowing you opinion.
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