Conference Expansion: How the SEC Can Counter Big Ten and Pac-10 Moves

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Conference Expansion: How the SEC Can Counter Big Ten and Pac-10 Moves

The Big Ten is expected to officially add Nebraska and Missouri by the end of the week, and the Pac-10 is expected to follow that up with a super expansion that might include Texas and Oklahoma.

The SEC, considered by many to be the supreme conference in the nation, may need to make a few moves to keep up with the new “Super” conferences, and maintain its place atop the college football mountain.

So how exactly will the SEC counter these moves by the Big Ten and Pac 10 (or perhaps the Big 13 and Pac 16, in the not-too-distant future)?

Here are a range of reasons, varying from the very possible to the possibly absurd that the SEC could follow to be the most powerful conference in the Super Conference Era.

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