I know that probably no one in the NCAA or SEC is thinking about this, and just are going to "wait and see," but now would be a time to figure out what options there are for an abbreviated season in case it becomes possible to have one only after August/September but before, say December. The way I see it, I don't give a shit what the rest of the conferences really do. I do care about having enough games to crown an SEC champion, and if anyone else in the country feels froggy then we can see about a championship or playoff. The way I see it, we only really need 7 games. A round robin for each division and the guaranteed cross conference opponent. The two division winners can play in a title match-up. If so, the season could start as late as perhaps early November without actually extending the window in which the game is usually played, or even starting in December and being done before February. Are there better options? I see no harm in thinking about how to save the 2019 season and thinking outside the box.