Another week, another solid roar of expansion coming from NCAA communities and media members around the country. This week? Texas A&M looking toward the SEC rumors have continued to progress and pick up serious amount of steam.
Everyone wants a piece of college football's most dominant and financially successful pie--known as the Southeastern Conference.
The recruiting boost, the competition, the exposure, the money--the SEC has anything and everything an athletic program wants and needs and strives to achieve; however, there is one little problem. Getting an invite is going to be nearly impossible.
With that being said, it's time to throw geography out the window and break down ten schools that would make the most sense within the confines of the Southeastern Conference.