“We’re in an enormously healthy place,” SEC commissioner Greg Sankey told Paul Finebaum on his show this week. “We’re not in the middle of current movement efforts. (It’s) very clear there’s not something out there that we should be reaching for or engaging in our own level of recruitment.”
Sankey has said – on several occasions – that the SEC already is a “super conference.”
The Big Ten will add Oregon and Washington, and the Big 12 will add Arizona, Arizona State and Utah. The ACC is even looking into taking more from the Pac-12 by talking with Cal and Stanford even as Florida State makes noise about leaving.
Sankey is content with having the SEC contained in, well, the Southeast.
The SEC boasts the six of the past eight national champions, including the last four with Georgia twice, Alabama and LSU.
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