Another Slant on SEC Expansion

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Another Slant on SEC Expansion
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In a previous article I argued that Missouri would be the logical choice to join Texas A&M in a new 14-team SEC.  After reading and hearing other commentary I began thinking further on the issue.  As a result I changed my mind. My reasoning remains the same, for the most part, as stated in my previous article.  

There are two main criteria for the SEC inviting any team:

  1. The school must extend the SEC's media footprint.  In other words, some otherwise worthy schools such as Florida State, Clemson and Georgia Tech need not apply.
  2. The school must open fertile recruiting grounds to the SEC.

Assuming Texas A&M is a given, let's consider other primary candidates.

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