"Does anything else happen in this video?" is the wrong question, because nothing else needs to happen. Like the SEC's best in-season rivalries, they are perfect, and need no modification. Forced segue, eh? Oh, you betcha, because the SEC just voted to adopt a 6-1-1 scheduled for conference scheduling, meaning six division games, one permanent rival, and one rotating cross-divisional opponent a year.
The permanent fixtures, via:
- Alabama v. Tennessee. Hey, congrats, Tennessee! [slams in face with sledgehammer]
- Auburn v. Georgia. The Vaguely Dissatisfied Bowl lives.
- Florida v. LSU. AS IT SHOULD BE, OUR ETERNAL BROTHERS IN UNBEARABLE SUBTROPICAL SQUALOR AND NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE.
- Ole Miss v. Vandy. [FILE NOT FOUND]
- Mississippi State v. Kentucky. More evidence of Dan Mullen's puppets in the SEC offices making his job even easier. WHY YOU SO BIASED, PAWWWWWWWWLLLLLL?
- Missouri v. Arkansas. We say this without a trace of sarcasm: this should be brutal, fun, and nasty as a fish-house knife fight.
- South Carolina v. Texas A&M. "Cocks, meet Bitches. Bitches, meet cocks." Tasteless South Carolina t-shirt vendors, you are welcome.
Clearly this is a cause for celebration. Take it away, wandering 1912 Bathing Suit Lee Corso (courtesy of BurritoBrosShit.)