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Alabama coach Nick Saban says he supports a nine-game SEC schedule, but believes other conference coaches don't. According to multiple tweets...
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Cecil Hurt
@CecilHurt
Nick Saban says he still advocates a 9-game SEC schedule but adds "I don't think there's any support for that" after coaches' meeting today.
5:33 PM - 22 Apr 2014

Marc Torrence
@marctorrence
Saban added that one solution could be to have 8 league games and 1 required game against another BCS opponent. More on @BamaOnline247 soon.
5:33 PM - 22 Apr 2014

Joel A. Erickson
@JoelAEricksonAU
Gus Malzahn says he's in favor of an 8-game SEC schedule
5:57 PM - 22 Apr 2014

Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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2 Comments
Does he know that he doesn't get to play Kentucky twice?
Reply32 months
Why wouldn't he? It's a great way for him to squeeze in the rest of the conference bottom-feeders.
Reply32 months
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