The ACC and SEC’s dramatic schedule changes brought Nick Roush and Adam Luckett back on the microphones for the second podcast this week. Shortly after ACC announced it would play the 10+1 scheduling format this fall, the SEC decided to play only ten conference games among its league members. KSR’s dynamic duo breaks down what exactly happened, the implications of the decision and what it means for Kentucky. Highlights:
— Why the ACC actually won’t end up playing that nonconference game.
— The Coastal Wheel of Destiny is dead.
— Benefits and potential worries about there delayed start.
— Divisions are the worst. WHAT WAS THE SEC THINKING?!?!?!
— How money may have ultimately drove the SEC to abandon nonconference rivalry games.
— For the first time, Vandy will have home field advantage.
— Two small pieces of scoop.