Originally Posted by DaKCMan AP
It also doesn't take into account the imbalance of conference schedules.
Florida this year had to play LSU and Texas A&M from the West.
South Carolina played LSU and Arkansas.
Georgia played Ole Miss & Auburn.
If South Carolina had beaten LSU, a team Georgia didn't have to play, there would have been a 3-way tie in the East and Florida would be in the SECCG.
It's not as simple as people want it to be with 1 team from each division and resulting in 1 team from 1 conference.
The decision for how conference champions are determined should be left to each conference. They don't have to all do it the same way. As long as rules are in place to determine the champion based on the play on the field, the subjective element is unnecessary and IMO undesirable.
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