SEC fans, you may commence with the planning of your football travel schedules for the next decade plus.
According to a report by CBSSports.com's Brett McMurphy, the league will announce at their annual spring meetings in Destin, Florida this week a new plan to try and accommodate the league's two newest members, Missouri and Texas A&M.
The plan supposedly will go like this:
Each team will play 6-games within their own division. They can keep one cross divisional rivalry such as Georgia/Auburn. And each team will play one game against a team in the other division. That game will rotate each year.
The story from CBSSports.com RIGHT HERE
Pretty simple...ain't it? Amidst all the hoopla and concern over scheduling, College Football's top conference managed to keep most of their traditional rivalries intact and they hope have created some new ones.
If you are hearing a rather loud "Sigh" of relief from pretty much all the East schools, you are not alone. It all but eliminates the possibility of having to face both Alabama and LSU in the same season for most of the league.