Why Scrapping Divisions In The SEC Is The Right Move

Why Scrapping Divisions In The SEC Is The Right Move


SEC Commissioner, and the most influential man in college football, Greg Sankey said that once Texas and Oklahoma join the league in a couple seasons, the SEC is leaning toward scratching its current divisional model of having teams split into two divisions: East and West.

We’ve seen other conferences like the Pac-12, the Big-12, and the Mountain West follow suit and it’s exactly the right move.

The whole point of scheduling in a conference is to have each team play each other at home at least once and play away at least once during the course of a college career. This decision will bring the SEC one step closer to that.

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The geography of how the SEC has done it also makes absolutely no sense. You don’t have to

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