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SEC schedule fallout
The Southeastern Conference is going to stick with an eight-game schedule for at least the first year that it is a 16-team conference, with the additions of Texas and Oklahoma. Why? Braden Gall from the Cover 2 Podcast and Athlon Sports joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about the SEC sticking with eight in 2024, why it’s a disappointing decision, and why – maybe – it’s not a terrible idea to see how two years of a 12-team College Football Playoff works itself out. Plus, what teams are we buying the preseason hype? What teams are we skeptical of the high expectations?
Russo’s story on the SEC schedule: https://apnews.com/article/sec-schedule-spring-meetings-sankey-texas-oklahoma-7295d4b831cc34debb5abcf0a2cc51b8
College Football Hall of Fame ballot: https://apnews.com/article/michael-vick-larry-fitzgerald-terrell-suggs-michael-oher-6e5a4ec59a4b3e56cac42c5c39121581
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