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RE: Dan Wolken says SEC should do away with divisions
(12-07-2017 11:41 AM)murrdcu Wrote:  
(12-04-2017 11:33 AM)Gamecock Wrote:  Bump to an old thread but I was thinking about this over the weekend and I really think it deserves further discussion. I was originally stuck on wanting to play UGA/UF/UT every year but I think I can learn to love the setup proposed by SB Nation - which basically gives each team 3 permanent opponents and rotates between 5 of the remaining 10 teams each year.


I’ve been referencing that exact article for years it seems. Hogs would keep their two historic rivals, A&M and Ole Miss, as well as newly minted hillbilly brothers Missouri.

I like the idea of playingeverybody every other year. An open table would keep things interesting as the two top teams would get into the SEC Championship. That would make more games relevant during the season as teams fight for the best record.

I agree. You wouldn't have one division where the race is seemingly over by October. Also wouldn't have as many bad division winners backing into Atlanta.

As an SC fan, as long as we play UGA and UF every year I can deal.
12-07-2017 12:09 PM
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