Tuck: SEC Realignment
The SEC is reaching a crossroads. Conference expansion may force their hand to ditch permanent cross-division rivalries. Most of them don't matter much, but a couple certainly do.
Auburn-Georgiais the longest continuous football rivalry in the South. The two teams started playing in 1892 in Atlanta's Piedmont Park. Since 1898, there have been only two years that Auburn and Georgia have not met in football: 1917 (World War I) and 1943 (World War II).
Clearly the 6-1-1 is neither fair nor equitable.