Maybe you should have thought about it before you let those two in.

It seems to me that the longer it takes for the SEC to get its act together compiling the 2012 conference schedule, the more compelling a nine-game conference schedule is going to look.  There are only so many tradeoffs those guys are going to be able to stomach.

 

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14 responses to “Maybe you should have thought about it before you let those two in.

  1. Poor planning. I find it really hard to fathom that they didn’t consider the scheduling impact of expanding the SEC. This is Business 101.

    The Four Functions of Management
    Plan – Organize – Lead – Control

  2. TennesseeDawg

    Maybe Penn Wagers was put in charge of the process.

  3. BulldogBen

    Seems like they’re just avoiding the elephant in the room (9 game conference sched or having one permanent and on rotating from the West/East)

    BLECH.

    • Dog in Fla

      Re-enactment of tSEC Schedule Planning Subcommittee as they look away from the inevitable 9 game conference schedule

      • Cojones

        Intrigueing painting on the wall. And I’ll bet the old man has to carry a baseball bat to halt the stampede caused by those sultry-appearing daughters.

  4. JasonC

    Is it to late to return TAMU & Mizzou? Did Slive save the receipt?

  5. Cojones

    Sour grapes or a plug for 9 SEC games? The need for 9 games appears to be inevitable. The postponement of the schedules is the proof.

  6. Emory Breed

    Why didn’t they just move Bama and Auburn to the east and move Vandy to the west along with A&M and Mizz? That would have preserved the Bama-Auburn game, the Ga – Auburn Game, the Bama – Tenn game, Ark – A&M would play every year and you could let LSU and Bama play every year as cross division rivals and Ga could pick up another cross division rival.