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What an SEC-Big 12 challenge in football would look like

What if we took a week during the college football season to have teams from the SEC play a team with the same standing a year ago in the Big 12 like in college basketball and have them play during a week of primarily non-conference games. Here’s what it would look like:

Oklahoma at. LSU
We are going to rotate who gets home field advantage but the reigning national champs have to start it with home field in a rematch of the CFP Semifinal.

Alabama at. Baylor
Will moving on from Matt Rhule do Baylor any favors? I don’t think so. Alabama would defintely be favored in this game.

Texas at. Florida
A match up of blue bloods in the swamp will be a defensive battle.

Auburn at. Oklahoma State
Auburn would have a great chance in this game to notch a key non-conference win in this one.

Kansas State at. Tennessee
This would be a fun game between two fairly new head coaches at the FBS level.

Texas A&M at. Iowa State
In a match up of high powered offenses, who would get the defensive stop down the stretch to break the game open.

West Virginia at. South Carolina
Two different offenses collide in an unusual match up.

Kentucky at. TCU
With a receiver at QB, Kentucky would have to find out a way to get the ball past a pretty good horned frogs defense.

Texas Tech at. Mississippi State
New Mississippi State Head Coach Mike Leach faces his former team, Texas Tech.

Ole Miss at. Kansas
Ole Miss is more talented than Kansas, but the rebels do face an old enemy in Kansas Head Coach Les Miles.

Left Out:Arkansas, Missouri, Vanderbilt

By Carter Huff

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