SEC Network Shares Ideas On How SEC Divisions Could Work With Oklahoma & Texas
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After yesterday's news that Oklahoma and Texas are looking to join the SEC, everyone had questions on how that would exactly work. This morning, the SEC Network shared some ideas on the conference's divisions could look with the Sooners and Longhorns in the mix... (The Spun)
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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2 power teams in each pod, with GA and UF, LSU and aTm, Bama and Aub, and Okla and Tex... would be nice to not have to play Bama and UF every single year
Reply7 days
So which 2 pods go to the SEC Championship Game?
Reply7 days
In this scenario I would think the top team from A&B vs C&D. If that's the case though I don't know why do this instead of just keeping the divisional format.
4 days
Whew! When I heard about the realignment, I was worried that the legendary Bama/Tenn rivalry would be impacted but apparently not. When they play, you can throw the records out the window and buckle in for a real pier 6 brawl!
Reply7 days
Screw this. Texas and OK blew up their own conference....live with it. Screw the SEC for teasing this. You know they would love to get the TX and OK money and viewers though.
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