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On the final stop of the Tiger Tour in Lafayette yesterday, athletic director Joe Alleva talked about the Tiger Stadium expansion which will put capacity numbers over 100,000. He even added a joke about when Alabama fans come in-town for a game. Per Theadvertiser.com:
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"When Alabama comes, (their fans) will be at the top of the new stadium seats," he said. "They're going to need telescopes to see the game."
Alleva also talked briefly about the possibility of other cable providers picking up the SEC Network:
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"They may not be able to watch (the network) with the carrier they have now, but they have the option of changing carriers," he said. "So they can get it if they change carriers. But as we get closer and closer to August, you will see more people picking it up."
Here is what he had to say about SEC Scheduling:
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Alleva also reaffirmed his displeasure of the SEC schedule format, which he and Miles criticized in the past few weeks. But he has decided to let it go. "We've moved on past that and are moving on to the next thing," he said.

"Our job is to schedule non-conference games that put us in the best position to compete for championships."

"I think we have to see how the playoff system works and how teams are chosen," he said.
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wadewilson119 months
"Our job is to schedule non-conference games that put us in the best position to compete for championships."

I hope you enjoy those slugfests against Towson and Western Kentucky, because more are coming.
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skullopener119 months
Good keep'm away from ME!!!

"They're going to need telescopes to see the game."
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