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The big topic at the SEC Spring Meetings in Destin this week is the debate between moving from an eight-game conference schedule to nine games.

LSU Athletic Director Scott Woodward appeared on Tuesday's Paul Finebaum show and shared his support for the nine-game option, which Tigers head coach Brian Kelly also supports.

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TouchdownTony13 months
ESPN wants the revenue but not to give back to the SEC. Some teams want an extra citadel on the schedule because 6 wins is a big deal for them. I can’t say I blame them. The sec just needs to sit tight until 2025.
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cajunmud13 months
But BK also said...don't give ESPN any more games without them paying for it, a new contract. Keep it as is until Disney/ESPN get their finances in order to pony up more money for the 9 games.
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wesman2113 months
As long as the divisions or pods or whatever are aligned geographically, it will be unbiased. Anything else and someone is getting an advantage and someone is getting a disadvantage.
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Ponchy Tiger13 months
There will be no pods or divisions, just one big SEC.
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Eat Your Crow13 months
Little Nick is scared
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The Third Leg13 months
Sad that this is even a discussion given what other leagues have done.
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Ponchy Tiger13 months
I support 9 games, but what other leagues do should have bearing on what the SEC decides to do.
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