Vol For Life
- Sep 2, 2019
With USC and UCLA moving to the Big 10 and creating an actual coast to coast conference, does this force the SEC into another expansion? It kind of feels like it will. Should the SEC expand further westward or just try to absorb the ACC? In my opinion, it makes more sense to try to attract schools from the ACC such as Clemson, Florida State, Miami, UNC, Duke and Va Tech. The Big 10 adds 2 schools with football and basketball history. There aren't any schools in the SEC geographical footprint that offer that, so should the SEC consider 4 or more teams so they can add both? I think it would almost make more sense to go all in and try to add 8 teams (UVA, VA Tech, UNC, Duke, Miami, Fla State, Clemson, Ga Tech) and create a super conference. Those 8 teams add value in football, basketball and baseball. They also give the SEC 2 teams in every SEC state outside of KY, MO and LA.