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Should the Southeastern Conference expand?

What some may see as a trite principle came to mind while reading about the potential expansion of the Southeastern Conference, also known as the SEC. Already the best conference in college football, the SEC is said to be considering expansion that would make what’s great, spectacular.

What is self-expansion?

Self-expansion is the desire to enhance an individuals potential efficacy. Motivational models often refer to self-efficacy as ones belief that they are competent and can achieve specific goals.

Does the expansion of the SEC make sense?

So while it all once again makes sense at first glance, the expansion of the SEC soon stops making sense. It does given the basic truth that the SEC will no longer be the SEC if Texas and Oklahoma join. This will be to the detriment of all its teams, including Texas and Oklahoma.

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Does the expansion of the SEC make sense?

So while it all once again makes sense at first glance, the expansion of the SEC soon stops making sense. It does given the basic truth that the SEC will no longer be the SEC if Texas and Oklahoma join. This will be to the detriment of all its teams, including Texas and Oklahoma.

Should the SEC consider a 16-team conference?

With its smaller size, each SEC team generally had to beat every other conference opponent in order to win the championship. With each addition to the conference, this is less and less the case. That it’s not, and that it certainly won’t be assuming a 16-team conference, will create obvious long-term problems.

Is a super-conference in the works for the SEC?

Though the SEC will grow from 14 to 16 teams when the Sooners and Longhorns join, there’s a chance the headquarters folks in Birmingham will send out feelers with the goal of making the conference even bigger. As you read this, a super-conference may be in the works.

Is the SEC relevant in the middle of the country?

With the SEC already the dominant power nationally and only getting stronger with the additions of Texas and Oklahoma, any effort to maintain relevance — especially in the middle third of the country, where the conference holds plenty of weight — should definitely be considered.

Does the expansion of the SEC make sense if Texas joins?

So while it all once again makes sense at first glance, the expansion of the SEC soon stops making sense. It does given the basic truth that the SEC will no longer be the SEC if Texas and Oklahoma join. This will be to the detriment of all its teams, including Texas and Oklahoma. Think about it.

What do you think about the SEC?

Particularly when the SEC was twelve teams (before the addition of Texas A&M and Missouri), it was always interesting to marvel at the schedule of each team within the conference. With its smaller size, each SEC team generally had to beat every other conference opponent in order to win the championship.

Should the Southeastern Conference expand?

What some may see as a trite principle came to mind while reading about the potential expansion of the Southeastern Conference, also known as the SEC. Already the best conference in college football, the SEC is said to be considering expansion that would make what’s great, spectacular.

How will the SEC and Big Ten change in the future?

Many expect seismic changes to come as a result of the two Southern California schools departing. The SEC and Big Ten are headed toward becoming superconferences of 20 or more members while the Big 12, Pac-12 and ACC scramble to figure out their future.

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