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Will the SEC continue to expand after the additions of Oklahoma and Texas? On Wednesday, Alabama athletic director Greg Byrne gave his answer...
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"We’re positioned at 16 (teams) for a robust future, the need just isn’t there," the AD said, per Saturday Down South.
(The Spun)
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Should have stopped at 10.
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But but why
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We need to target teams that don’t take a decade to join the league.
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We'll probably be adding the "best" from the ACC before long.
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UT is not an SEC school. There is nothing southern or southeastern about the the culture in Austin. OU fans are more culturally similar to SEC fans, in terms of their allegiance and diehardedness. UT fans are the ultimate bag wagon fans. This was all about tvs. If the SEC wanted to add 2 SEC type schools, it would have went after Clemson and FSU.
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‘Ultimate bandwagon fans’… um hello, LSU is a great example of this tok
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Too**
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Well I don’t like to call Biden “President,” but it is technically true.
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The need wasn't there before just the quest for more money.
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And its not the SEC anymore after TX and OK join.
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Welcome to the WestbySoutheastern Conference
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