I haven't been perceptive enough to figure out how you folks feel about it. I personally hate it. I hate what it will do to the league scheduling in particular. If you have an 8-game conference slate you play two west teams per year. That means we would play Auburn -- a historical foe -- once every six years, not counting the SEC championship. If it is 9 games, you can kiss scheduling the Notre Dames, Ohio States, and Nebraskas good bye. Why would any AD or coach agree to any non-conference game that isn't a cream puff? I also think that with Missouri in particular, it changes the culture of the league. It isn't a southern state, and Columbia isn't a southern town. Also Mizzou is historically an afterthought in football. It upgrades basketball for sure, but let's face it, the league doesn't really care about that. Tell me I am wrong. What good can come of this?