Want some cheese with that whine?

Bet it would have been fun to be a fly on the wall for this call.

Whom would you peg as the biggest complainer(s)?


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28 responses to “Want some cheese with that whine?

  1. munsonlarryfkajim

    I’m glad we’re now the beneficiary of the conference wanting to maximize the playoff opportunity for our best teams

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  2. jgshellnutt

    “Who is most likely to complain” may garner different answers from “who is most entitled to complain” considering that a couple of teams got hosed with the additional two opponents.


  3. Derek

    Arky and Mizzou for sure. Someone said, “they don’t count anyway so load ‘em up and save bama and uf the wear and tear of playing each other.” And they now know it even if they only suspected it before.

    USC and TAMU didn’t make out near as good as LSU.

    Kentucky probably would have preferred not to have bama.

    Auburn probably is thinking, why not Vandy?

    Its pretty obvious that they sought to insulate the 4 teams most likely to be playoff contenders.

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  4. ASEF

    With 2 cross-divisionals already, it’s not like there was infinite room for choosing here. It always amazes me how the SEC offices take enormous grief over silly, one-time things but no grief over the big, basic competency things – like officiating consistency.


    • Except they could have just moved the next two cross divisional opponents on the schedule up for everyone but they didn’t do that for Florida and Bama because that would have meant them playing each other. It is pretty obvious they tweaked things to protect the perceived top four teams.

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  5. Don in Mar-a-Lago

    Unlike the SEC, Larry Scott reports that no mellow is being harshed at the PAC 12 meetings

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    • 123fakest

      Those snl years were quite good. Hader, Wiig, Samberg, Armisen, Forte, Sudeikis are all hilarious.
      They actually wrote skits back then too, instead of everything being political.

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      • Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

        Hot Take: Bill Hader is the greatest SNL cast member ever.

        He was never bad, never not funny. His impersonations were not just funny, they were 100% the best impressions you ever heard. His Al Pacino, Alan Alda, and Vincent Price are all-time great. His original characters like Vinny Vedecci were amazing. And of course, there’s Stefon.

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  6. sniffer

    Biggest complainer? Play on words, right?


  7. Got Cowdog

    Hmm, I don’t have the new schedules in front of me so I’ll pull this right out of my ass….
    Nick ain’t complaining, unless he’s mad he doesn’t get to wipe florida all over the field.
    Kirby isn’t the whiny type, plus he’s used to having to beat Bama twice to get anywhere.
    Dan is laying low, counting his blessings that he doesn’t have to play LSU, Bama. AND UGA.
    Boom? Nah. Too dumb to be worried about aubrun.
    Gus? He bitched about everything so you have to take that with a grain of salt. How much is left on his buyout?
    Ed? He got some love. Geaux tiguhs
    Who’s the new guy at Mizzou?
    Jimbo’s good. Nobody’s worried about florida or tennessee.
    Derek? It’s Vandy, man. Whattaya gonna do?
    Bob? Focusing on Florida. 11 guys out there is OK, right?
    Lane is happy to be among some of the prettiest coeds west of Athens Ga.
    How can you tell if Mike Leach is complaining? I have no idea.

    That leaves…(drumroll lease)..

    Jeremy. The only person out of this group to have drunkenly challenged Mark Richt to a fistfight (allegedly I know), is noted for a short temper, works for Phil Fulmer, and is fixing to go 0’fer against the state of Alabama. Again.

    Who’d I forget?


  8. Corch Irvin Meyers, New USC Corch (2021)

    Mizzou and Arkansas have every right to be livid.

    Everyone else can shut up. Yes, that means you, Phil Fulmer and Jeremy Pruitt.


  9. Info Info

    They have questions SEC Shorts has answers!

    Watch “SEC Shorts – Arkansas and Missouri get the bad news about their schedules” on YouTube

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    • 79dawg

      That guy does do a good job!

      On a more serious note, everyone really needs to just suck it up a little – no one (except for maybe Gus!) is getting fired if this season happens…


    • Russ

      Crap, should have scrolled down a little further before I posted the same up above. So I’ll just add this other video that showed the process unfolding.


  10. dawgtired7

    Formula? Maybe you should repost that list on the how much profit each SEC school made and the size of the reserve funds. That should give us some idea 😉


  11. spur21

    Sadly it is a moot point as we ain’t gonna gave football this year.


  12. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    Mizzou and Arky can say they got screwed, but you can only make Vandy play so many games. Arkansas in particular figured to be playing a more difficult schedule because there just aren’t any cupcakes to give them.

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  13. Ozam

    Arkansas and Missouri took the brunt of this situation because their head coaches are new and a bad season would not hurt them or fans expectations. Also, there was no reason for the SEC to hurt their top teams.


  14. FlyingPeakDawg

    It was Nicky, aiight. Part of the disinformation campaign. Complain the loudest knowing the outcome was, is, and will forever be fixed.

    Kirby took notes.


  15. stoopnagle

    Speaking as a Georgia fan, I don’t see why everyone didn’t just play their 21 and 22 cross-over opponents, then move up the 23 cross-overs to 21. EASY.

    It absolutely would have zero to do with UF’s schedule. NOT AT ALL.