by Larry LeoNovember 8, 2018
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Auburn will be officially proposing a few options to the SEC with regards to changing their rivalry game with Georgia. According to Auburn athletic director Allen Greene, those changes look like this...
“It’s complicated,” Greene told Auburn Undercover, “and if I’m thinking just of Auburn then the simple fix is to spread them out and to move them home and away, but I know it’s more complicated than that. Really what we’re trying to do is find the solution for Auburn and the best solution for the league.”
Greene said there is not “an avenue” for Auburn to fix the schedule with Georgia and Alabama alternating home and away until the current SEC rotation ends at the end of the 2024 football season. Still, there is a possibility the SEC could move the Auburn-Georgia rivalry game to early in the season starting in 2020. The Tigers are currently scheduled to play UMass on a date usually set aside for the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry in 2020.
Filed Under: SEC Football
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