Playoff system could end SEC’s dominance
Bucking the trend?
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Roy Kramer remembers all the fretting when the Southeastern Conference launched its own championship game two decades ago.
"Especially from the coaches," the former SEC commissioner said Friday, chuckling a bit at those long-ago discussions. "They were convinced that would be the end of everything, and we would never win another national championship."
It sure didn't work out that way, of course.
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