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The talk of College Football right now is the report that dropped on Wednesday that Texas and Oklahoma are looking to leave the Big 12 to join the SEC.

On Thursday, the SEC Network put up a graphic showing what the potential alignment could look like if the two teams joined the conference.

The SEC, which would be turning into a super conference, would consist of 4 pods/divisions.

Pod A: Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, South Carolina
Pod B: Alabama, Auburn, Tennesee, Vanderbilt
Pod C: LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Texas A&M
Pod D: Arkansas, Missouri, Texas, Oklahoma

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Alabama would get Vandy in their pod.
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For geography, swap Florida/Georgia with Tennessee/Vanderbilt. The others look okay, but don't know if you'ld put TA&M with Tx in the same pod.
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So, you think one pod should have Auburn, Alabama, Florida and Georgia while another pod should have Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Kentucky and South Carolina? Those should be fairly equal strength pods...
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A&M already finding a way to avoid playing Texas
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Should be LSU, UGA, UF, and Bama. One pod to rule them all.
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UK is furthest away from its pod members? I home we have global cooling that brings blizzards starting in early September.
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I've made a suggestion to switch 4 teams. That should help y'all out.
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I'm sure LSU would love this lol.
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Pod C looks like the most evenly spread pod.
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