I just heard on ESPN radio that TAMU, FSU, Clemson and Missouri will join the SEC. Obviously this is going to change how things work and make the league that much tougher. Adding Clemson and FSU to the East and TAMU and Missouri to the West will necessitate some schedule juggling in order to play everyone in your division and maintain natural rivalries. I don't see a way that this happens without going to 9 conference games a year (possibly 10) which as a fan I like. I understand McGarity's scheduling philosophy with the creampuff buffet in addition to our regularly scheduled soire with the Nerds every year, but as a season ticket holder I want to see good games on the field. Getting the Noles and Fort Hill Felines Between the Hedges every other year really excites me. I love the fact that the dominoes have started to fall and it will be interesting to see how it shapes the landscape of college football for the future.