You just knew this was coming.
“I would hope that we have a conversation, which we haven’t yet, that everybody plays a game on Thursday night during the (next scheduling) cycle,” said Larry Templeton, an SEC consultant helping to put together future schedules. “There will be some schools that have difficulty hosting that game. But there would also be opportunities.”
Hey, Larry? You can take your opportunities and shove ‘em where the sun don’t shine. Or sit in Gwinnett County traffic trying to make a Georgia game during rush hour, if that sounds like more fun.
Do these assholes want me to stay home on game day? It sure feels like it.