Fresh off using George O’Leary as a foil to compare the Big Five autonomy move to Civil War succession, Mike Bianchi is now trolling the SEC by suggesting it kick out its two Mississippi members and replace them with UCF and USF.
Filed under Media Punditry/Foibles
Nothing screams big time SEC tradition like a team that started its program in the late 90s and plays in a 1/4 full NFL stadium in an area that is tha transplant hub of America. May as well invite Georgia State at that point.
A school with 50,000 students that cannot fill a 48,000 seat stadium should not remotely be considered for the SEC.
If the SEC’s throwing anyone out, it ought to be South Carolina to be replaced by Clemson. Clemson’s 19,000 strong student body fills their 82,000 seat stadium every Saturday in the Fall.
That’s about the same FL started their football program so it could work
It’s a little-known fact that Florida was a member of the SEC before 1990. 😉
Oh Please try telling a Gator that down here and they look at you like you’ve lost your mind.
Georgia was a University before Florida was a state.
Yeah, let’s throw out a couple of charter members and replace them with commuter schools.
I guess UAB should be allowed in as well, since it has more students than Auburn or Alabama.
The Orlando Centinel should fire Bianchi and hire one of the AJC sportswriters to replace him.
Is that meddling?
“The younger guys know how important this week is. If they don’t, they’ll definitely find out.”– Davin Bellamy, Chattanooga Times Free Press, 11/20/17
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