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Why not switch The LSU-Florida and Arkansas-South Carolina match-ups around? I think an LSU-South Carolina and Arkansas-Florida cross-division match-up would be a fair compromise to be able to keep the others. Also, I think the SEC should go to a nine game schedule.
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Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever
I think the bible is very clear on if Jesus would change his mind.
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To me the "ace jewels" in the ACC is:
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I think the SEC should do this. I would want Alabama to play a team from FBS conferences than FCS conferences. Alabama could schedule teams from these conferences and still have the same results as playing FBS teams. This could be said for all of the SEC teams and the other BCS conference teams.
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Do you mean an in conference playoff with the 3 division champs and the next team with the best record?
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If Duke and North Carolina is not a package deal then it would make things alot easier for the SEC. Take VA Tech and North Carolina and stop at 16 with 4 pods of 4 teams each.
Pitt would be fine too. Switch NC State with Pitt and stop there. The SEC adds VA Tech, Duke, North Carolina, and Pitt and the Big 12 adds FSU, Clemson, GA Tech, NC State, Lousville, and Miami with Notre Dame as an associate member. That would be 16 cross conference games per year and it would maintain alot of rivalries by doing so. FSU-FL, GA-GA Tech, Kentucky-Louisville, Pitt-WV, Mizz-Kansas, Texas- TX A&M, and SC-Clemson. That would be 7 permanent match-ups and 9 rotating match-ups per year. The SEC would have 2 teams that would miss the Big 12 in a given year unless Notre Dame comes to some kind of an agreement and then it would only be 1 team per year.
I would rather the SEC take Virginia Tech than Duke, but I could see the SEC going to 18 by adding Virginia Tech, Duke, North Carolina, and NC State. Add Notre Dame in with the scheduling agreement betweent the two conferences, for example, 5 games against the big 12 and 1 game against an SEC team every year and I think it can work out.
I think this is a good idea and I also think it could be used to help with expansion and attracting teams like North Carolina and Duke.
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The Big 12 already has already formed an agreement with the SEC in the Sugar Bowl. I would not be surprised if the SEC is one of those conferences.
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No and that's why I think 16 teams would be better.
Division 1: Florida, Georgia, S. Carolina, NC State
Division 2: Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi St, Ole Miss
Division 3: LSU, Texas A&M, Missouri, Arkansas
Division 4: Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Virginia Tech
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I would rather the SEC stick with 16 and do something similar, but with 4 teams in 4 divisions. Add Virginia Tech and NC State and stop there.
The winner's of the two playoff games play each other in Atlanta for the SEC Championship.
If The SEC does expand and has to go to at least 18 by taking Virginia Tech, Duke, North Carolina, & North Carolina State, then I think they should just add Florida State and Clemson and get to 20. If they go to 20 they can have 4 division with 5 teams each.
Division 1: Virginia Tech, Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee, & Vanderbilt.
Division 2: North Carolina, North Carolina St South Carolina, Clemson, & Duke.
Division 3: Florida, Florida St, Georgia, Auburn, & Alabama.
Division 4: Arkansas, LSU, Mississippi St, Ole Miss. & Texas A&M.
Each team would play its 4 division opponents every year, 1 team from each of the other 3 divisions every year, and 1 permanent team every year. It would take each team about 10 years to home & Away against every team in the conference. If they wanted to have each team see each other in a shorter time period they can have each team play the teams from other divisions once every 5 years. for example who ever Alabama played in year 1 they would play them again in year 6 and the location would just change. The championship game would be determined by the best record from each pod and maybe have a mini playoff the last week of the regular season bringing the total number of conference games to 9.