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SEC Expansion, Permanent Inter-Divisional Opponents, and Prioritizing Rivalries

Recent reports indicate that the SEC will be preserving such inter-divisional rivalries as Georgia-Auburn, Alabama-Tennessee, and Florida-LSU, but the challenge to such traditional matchups raises questions about how to prioritize rivalries.

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.

Wednesday Morning Dawg Bites Wishes We Could Turn Back the Clock About 30 Years

Dawg Sports brings you the latest news on the Georgia Bulldogs as the Red and Black prepare for an important basketball showdown and national signing day. Catch up on all the important developments in "Dawg Bites."

SEC Expansion, Divisional Realignment, and Rivalries: Walking a Fine Line Between Growth and Tradition

SB Nation's SEC weblog, Team Speed Kills, makes a persuasive case for retaining the divisional alignment of college football's toughest conference. Dawg Sports offers a few thoughts in response.

Don't Bet On It!: College Football Predictions Around the SEC

This weekend's SEC college football games include tussles between the Alabama Crimson Tide and Tennessee Volunteers, and between the Auburn Tigers and LSU Tigers. Dawg Sports picks the winners in "Don't Bet On It!"

Bribing Carolina: Making an SEC Expansion Offer the Gamecocks Can't Refuse

As the Missouri Tigers inch closer to becoming the SEC's 14th team, Dawg Sports steps up its efforts to convince fans of the South Carolina Gamecocks that the newest members of the SEC East should be the Clemson Tigers instead. This week's tactic: bribery.

Georgia Bulldogs 2011 Season Preview: The Bye Week

Dawg Sports is working its way through the Georgia Bulldogs' 2011 college football schedule, and SB Nation's Red and Black weblog is up to the team's October 22 bye week. Yes, that's right; Dawg Sports is previewing the only open date of the season.

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