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Pat Dye wants to move Auburn to the SEC East and Missouri to the West....
Via Gridiron Now
Former Auburn coach Pat Dye wants to see some realignment happen in the SEC.
Dye said Monday on the “Paul Finebaum Show” that Auburn and Missouri should switch divisions in the SEC.
“We (Auburn) touch Florida, Georgia and Tennessee,” Dye said. “We need to be in the (SEC) East and Missouri needs to be in the (SEC) West. If we played nine (conference) games, we could do that, because we could still play Alabama every year, and then we’d have our meeting with Tennessee and Florida and Georgia.”
With a nine-game conference schedule, Auburn would be able to keep Alabama as a permanent fixture on its schedule each season without issue, as the Crimson Tide would not be forced to give up an annual rivalry between the Tigers and current permanent cross-divisional rival Tennessee.
If Auburn were in the SEC East, it would play its current permanent cross-divisional rival, Georgia, by default every season.
What say you, should the SEC realign as Dye suggests?_