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The Egg
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SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods

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Breaking: SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey says the league is looking at going to to a single division, and is leaning heavily in that direction.

Moving away from two divisions and no four team pod system.


terriblegreen
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Member since Aug 2011
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re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
And how will they decide who plays who?


deathvalleyfreak43
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re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
*pending REC approval


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Mr Sausage
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Cat Spring, Texas
Member since Oct 2011
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re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
Predicted Bama schedule:

Vandy
Mizzou
South Carolina
A&M
Auburn
Tenn
Vandy
Mizzou
A&M


Bama Bird
Alabama Fan
Member since Dec 2011
Member since Mar 2013
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re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
I can't wait until there's a three way tie involving Alabama and LSU. This board will be incredible


allin2010
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Auburn
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17442 posts

re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
3-6 is what is rumored.

Three permanents which leaves 12 teams. Then rotate the other 6. In that way you play home and away against every conference school.

Auburn's permanents would be Bama, UGA and TBD
Bama's would be Auburn, UTe and TBD


TeddyWestside
Georgia Fan
Georgia
Member since Jul 2017
2360 posts

re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
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a single division


Being a bit nit-picky here, but it always bothers me when it gets phrased like this. “A single division,” meaning there is no division in the conference. Why not say, “no division”?
This post was edited on 11/17 at 1:00 pm


lsutigerelizabeth
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re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
LSUs would be Ole Miss, State, A&M


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red sox fan 13
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Valley Park
Member since Aug 2018
12206 posts

re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
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Bama's would be Auburn, UTe and TBD
After the ratings from a couple weeks ago I’m sure the Mouse will make sure LSU and Bama are permanents.


AUriptide
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re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
I don't like it.


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tissle
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Member since Jul 2009
1889 posts

re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
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3-6 is what is rumored.

Three permanents which leaves 12 teams. Then rotate the other 6. In that way you play home and away against every conference school.

Auburn's permanents would be Bama, UGA and TBD
Bama's would be Auburn, UTe and TBD


Wonder what UGAs will be?

UF and AU is a given. The third could be UT, USCe, but I'm hoping for Vandy :)


kengel2
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Team Gun
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re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
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Predicted Bama schedule:


Vandy will be on there 3 times.


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Hawgleg
Member since Jan 2022
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re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
Hope arkansas gets TX OK and Missouri every year. Rotate yhe rest.


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AUriptide
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Aug 2009
6866 posts

re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
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Wonder what UGAs will be?

UF and AU is a given. The third could be UT, USCe, but I'm hoping for Vandy :)


We got to play Bama and UGA every year I'm sure, so at least give us Vandy, but I'm sure it will be LSU.


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wadewilson
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2009
32248 posts

re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
I understand the basic math. You play the same 3 every year, and within a 4 year cycle you will have played home and home with the remaining 12 teams.

I'm not even going to try to do the harder math; this seems ripe for multiple ties.


CBandits82
Lurker since May 2008
Member since May 2012
49715 posts

re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
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After the ratings from a couple weeks ago I’m sure the Mouse will make sure LSU and Bama are permanents.



We gotta keep Bama, I would be fricking pissed if we lost this game.

Im already pissed we are losing Florida and Auburn, fricking sucks ass.


SFVtiger
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2003
3963 posts

re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
would there be a conference title game? if so, why?


WG_Dawg
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Hoover
Member since Jun 2004
82751 posts

re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
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Wonder what UGAs will be?

UF and AU is a given. The third could be UT, USCe, but I'm hoping for Vandy :)



It is a 100% lock that it would be SC.


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red sox fan 13
Xavier Fan
Valley Park
Member since Aug 2018
12206 posts

re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
I’d guess we get Bama, Ole Miss and Aggie. I agree, I will miss the Auburn series but it should be reconfigured where we see them every 2 years.


WG_Dawg
Georgia Fan
Hoover
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82751 posts

re: SEC moving away from 2 divisions and no 4 team pods
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I’d guess we get Bama, Ole Miss and Aggie.


I doubt lsu/bama stays.

Bama will have AU and UT for certain and my money would be on MSU being their 3rd.


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