The SEC ended a flashbulb fling on Friday in
Slive ratcheted up the pressure by saying the
This wasn't new news but a reiteration that the commissioners of the SEC,
If the NCAA doesn't act, Slive told reporters they should call him in August.
The SEC also announced revenues of $309.6 million last year, almost double its 2009 figure of $165.9 million. Each SEC school will receive a nearly $21-million share of that pie.
Everywhere you looked the SEC has been making news:
—The league last month voted to stick with an eight-game league schedule despite the fact the Pac-12, Big Ten and Big 12 will all be playing nine conference games by 2016.
Auburn is now setting it sights on 2004, the year it finished undefeated but ended up third in the
Former Auburn Coach Tommy Tuberville said the school "absolutely" should claim the 2004 championship.
At this rate, Auburn could pass
—Auburn also did something very cool. It painted on the field at Jordan-Hare Stadium a dotted yellow line tracing the path of Chris Davis' remarkable 109-yard return of a missed field goal that gave the Tigers victory over Alabama in the Iron Bowl.
—The SEC voted to allow blaring music to be played during football games at all times except when the quarterback is under center until the ball is whistled dead by the officials.