UGA's Adams Thinks Move to Nine-Game Football Schedule 'may Win Out

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UGA's Adams Thinks Move to Nine-Game Football Schedule 'may Win Out
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ATHENS - You can add another person to the growing list who think the SEC may go to nine games: Outgoing UGA president Michael Adams. Adams, who has been one of the most active SEC presidents when it comes to athletics, said Friday he senses there is a "a lot of motion in the direction of nine games right now." Georgia is one of those for whom the current eight-game structure is most convenient, but Adams appears to sense a riding tide on the other side.

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