Thursday, May 31, 2012
SEC coaches can’t agree on football schedule format | AJC - Tim Tucker - Entering the league’s spring meetings, “the leader in the clubhouse” — as SEC commissioner Mike Slive put it — was a 6-1-1 format in which each team would play six games against intra-division opponents, one game against a permanent cross-division opponent and one game against a rotating cross-division opponent. That formula would preserve annual rivalries such as Georgia-Auburn and Alabama-Tennessee. But some coaches found fault with the 6-1-1 approach Wednesday.
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