HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) -After meeting Sunday, the Southeastern Conference presidents have decided on the future of the football schedules.
According to our news partners The Huntsville Times/al.com, they opted to keep the eight-game league season, but will keep the traditional cross-division rivalries. That means the Alabama-Tennessee and Auburn-Georgia games will continue annually. The eighth game will rotate with the other six teams in the opposite division.
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