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How the SEC and the Big 12 Should Go About Setting Up a College Football Scheduling Agreement

The SEC and the Big 12 have agreed to a January bowl pairing, so can a college football scheduling arrangement be far behind? Dawg Sports examines how such pairings might work between two 14-member leagues.

Thursday Morning Dawg Bites: Suck It Up, You Bunch of Crybabies! Edition

There's griping about moving the Florida-Tennessee game from CBS. There's griping about Big Ten teams having to play postseason games outside the Midwest. People need to shut up and quit whining, and Dawg Sports explains why.

SEC Scheduling in the Expansion Era: How to Preserve Permanent Conference Rivalries and Protect Perennial Non-Conference Rivalries

The expanded 14-team SEC faces a challenge in assembling its 2013 college football schedule. Does the league set up a nine-game slate or lose such permanent rivalries as Georgia-Auburn and Alabama-Tennessee? Dawg Sports has a plan to preserve an eight-game schedule with protected rivalries.

The Georgia Bulldogs, the Boise State Broncos, "The Godfather, Part II," and What Makes Life Worth Living: Five Questions for OBNUG

On the eve of the 2011 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game, fans of the Georgia Bulldogs still don't know what to make of the Boise State Broncos. Dawg Sports interviews a blogger from the blue turf before college football season begins.

Missouri Loves Company: Why the Big 12's Tigers Will Not be Asked to Join the SEC

The latest college football conference expansion rumor has the SEC extending a membership invitation to the Big 12's Missouri Tigers. Dawg Sports shows you why this is utter nonsense and an awful idea.

The Big Ten is Bound and Determined to Ruin College Baseball: Why the NCAA Should Let Jim Delany Take His Ball and Go Home

Two years after the NCAA imposed the uniform start date on college baseball at the Big Ten's insistence, Jim Delany is back, asking for another concession to Midwestern mediocrity. It's time for the NCAA to tell the Big Ten to go jump in the lake.

Lot of College Football Changes Comin'; NCAA Best be Payin' Them Some Mind

As the price of paycheck games rises, college football programs from BCS conferences are turning to the Division I-AA (FCS) ranks to find easy opponents. Will the NCAA soon be facing Division I-A (FBS) contraction . . . or even secession?

Don't Bet On It!: Week Twelve College Football Forecasts for the National Games of Interest

Dawg Sports predicts the winners of the college football national games of interest in this week's edition of "Don't Bet On It!" Find out who will win the Nebraska-Texas A&M, Michigan-Wisconsin, Baylor-Oklahoma, Boise State-Fresno State, Iowa-Ohio State, and Miami-Virginia Tech games.

Seven Reasons I'm Glad I'm an SEC Fan After Conference Expansion

The Big 12 has been saved. The Big Ten and the Pac-10 appear content with only modest expansion to get to twelve teams. Conference realignment fever passed quickly. Now that the dust has settled, here are seven reasons SEC fans should be glad.

"Don't Mess With Texas": Why Snagging the Longhorns is Critical if the SEC is to Survive Big Ten Expansion

Big Ten expansion may force the SEC to bring in new teams in order to keep up financially. Dawg Sports looks at the landscape and concludes that, history and rivalries aside, the SEC really has no choice but to do whatever it takes to snag the Texas Longhorns.

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