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Saban Would Like SEC Schedule Fix

Nick Saban

Before expansion of the Southeastern Conference from 12 to 14 teams prior to last season, the SEC was able to rotate teams in a manner in which through a four-year cycle every conference team would play against every other league team. The addition of two teams has complicated that scenario.

Alabama Coach Nick Saban said that he has respect for what the SEC is trying to do with its football schedule, but he also indicates that he thinks it could be done better. Although Bama's coach couched his comments in an SEC teleconference media event Wednesday, he made a good case that the league office is not doing what "makes for a better league." Although the league has said that it is... Recommended Stories