Pac-12 coaches call out SEC
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The Seattle Times | Pac-12 coaches say SEC has own set of rules Read the Story
If you equate the fledgling college football playoff to a political race, then the stumping began Thursday. At least it intensified, as Pac-12 coaches took part in a post-spring teleconference. With the long-awaited playoff looming in the fall, the Pac-12, Big 12 and Big Ten are on board with nine league games. Most people think the uniformity a good thing, but not the SEC.
The Times-Picayune | Harrowing journey doesn't disrupt LSU Read the Story
Every road trip presents unique challenges. LSU found a whole next chapter to add to that book on Thursday. The Tigers travel day stretched to nearly 10 hours as the team plane was deemed unsafe to fly. LSU eventually made it to Texas, where the Tigers will face Texas A&M in a key SEC showdown.
SB Nation | Can they do it again? Read the Story
Dayton, Mercer, Stephen F. Austin, and North Dakota State all put it together this year and, thus, made the dance a good time. Such a good time, in fact, that we want to see them again. Will they be able to earn an invitation in 2015?