They realize that the unbalanced schedule can cost LSU a chance at a BCSNC and it will happen this year. I love playing UF each year, but when you have to play UF and one of the other good east teams you have zero margin for error like our friends in Tuscaloosa do. Tennessee won't be good again for at least 5 years even if they make a great hire. It's not whining it is the reality of the system. Alabama and Georgia are not better football teams, in fact I think LSU would win 3 out of 5 against both, just the beneficiary of easy schedules. UF has the same issue.
This post was edited on 11/18 at 7:23 pm