Les Miles Addresses SEC Scheduling Complaints
In addition to Johnny Football and the debate on tempo, one of the hot topics at 2013 SEC Media Days has been the conference schedule. On Wednesday, Les Miles — one of the league’s most vocal critics on the current model — had his time to weigh in on the topic.
Miles came to Hoover, Ala. prepared, with scheduling statistics dating back to 2000. His findings, with some help from LSU spokesperson Michael Bonnette, helped support his argument that the SEC has provided unintentional advantages by way of the league schedule.
“We play Georgia and Florida for the seventh time this year,” Miles said. “I’d have to say there’s some other schools that have not played Georgia and Florida in the same year in my entire time here or since 2000.
Source: Chip Patterson, CBS Sports
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