How many SEC coaches does it take to screw in a light bulb?

Here’s something I bet you didn’t know:  there’s assigned seating at league coaches meetings.

I mean, there’s only fourteen of them and somebody has difficulty keeping track of who’s with whom?

I wonder if the SEC makes ’em wear name tags.

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8 responses to “How many SEC coaches does it take to screw in a light bulb?

  1. MDDawg

    It’s probably an arbitrary seating arrangement so that no one can claim favoritism due to being at the head of the table or closest to the commissioner.

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  2. Nick probably sits on one side of $ankey and Mason on the other. I wonder who really has the commissioner’s ear.

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  3. Beer Money

    You guys got it all wrong. Saban sits at the head of the table and $ankey sits in his lap.

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  4. Mick Jagger

    And where will Russ Propst sit when one of the bottom dwellers “reforms” him as their head coach?

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  5. Cojones

    The usual two, but only Tesla makes a lightbulb that big.

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