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With conferences starting to drop their division, former Florida and South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier was asked about whether the SEC should follow suit with their divisions on the Another Dooley Noted Podcast...

“If they go to eight or 12 teams in the playoff, then it would be best to forget the divisions,” Spurrier said (first transcribed by 247Sports). "Everybody’s not going to get to play everybody. It’s gonna come down to ‘Wait a minute, why do we have to play them, and they don’t have to play them?’ I don’t know how it will work out. All I know is that as a coach, you get your players ready to play whoever the schedule says."
(The Spun)
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joemc4223 months
Once again,Larry's title is misleading.It sounds as if Spurrier was asking the question"Should the SEC ditch divisions?"
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TDFreak23 months
Aren’t Bama’s cross division opponents Kentucky and Tennessee? And Vandy when UK is busy? Cake walk.
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LCL0823 months
Does it really matter? Before the Georgia loss in the NC game in January this year, the East had not beaten Alabama since 2010. The whole division is a cake walk!
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CDawson23 months
LSU plays Florida Auburn gets Georgia Bama gets TN Just the way they like it.
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kkv7523 months
Steve O with the logical thinking.
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