“There’s no benefit to this schedule, if coaches are being honest.”

I beg to differ, Junior.  As far as I’m concerned, this year’s SEC 10-game conference schedule has already paid one huge benefit ($$).

A visit from Florida was added to Texas A&M’s original SEC schedule, and the Aggies’ upset of the Gators delivered Fisher an important signature win.


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6 responses to ““There’s no benefit to this schedule, if coaches are being honest.”

  1. RangerRuss

    Thaaaaaat’s right.

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  2. akascuba

    For once the SEC home office got it right with scheduling. Making sure FU got to see Jimbo again.

    I do love that every week it’s a real game no cupcakes. This is likely to never happen again. Imagine how much fun tailgating could be with this type schedule for all power 5 conferences without a COVID world.

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    • rigger92

      Yes! I dont think any fan base can do anything about it, but, this is the greatest season of my lifetime. I would bet that the NCAA/conferences are nervous about going back to “normal” next year. Every Saturday has great games and this is the first season I have ever been able to blow the entire day watching games that I want to see.

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  3. NotMyCrossToBear

    Of course some of the coaches don’t like it, but they get paid millions to deal with it. God forbid they have to earn their pay every week. As stated above, I am truly enjoying the slate of games week in and week out.

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  4. COVID with the assist!