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14 June 2016 - 04:38 PM

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09 April 2016 - 08:44 PM


Obligatory Offseason Topic 1: Home-and-home or neutral sites?

31 March 2016 - 12:05 PM

Our basketball team just scheduled a home-and-home with Texas for the next two years. Got me thinking to a topic that has been trending the last few years surrounding CFB scheduling, and I want to hear the thoughts from the brilliant minds of SECtalk.

Most SEC teams are at the point where they are scheduling a marquee OOC game in the first week or two of the season. Much has been made of the nature of these games, as we've seen a shift over the last 5-10 years from your traditional home-and-home matchups on college campuses to the neutral sites in Atlanta, Dallas, Charlotte, etc. Hell, we've even got one in Bristol coming up. To coin the phrase, "It's like a bowl game in September, Pawl!".

My question is, as a fan, which do you prefer?

Coaches and recruits see the benefit of the neutral site games, but I really miss seeing 'Bama go on the road to Big Ten country, Big 12 country, etc.

Your thoughts?