2. The last two weeks of the SEC West
You’re not a good enough person to deserve what you’re getting with the last two weeks of the SEC season, mainly because the second-to-last week is awesome.
Usually, the big guys get something nice and easy before closing things out with their annual monster showdowns – Alabama played Western Carolina before going to Auburn last year, Auburn played Samford before hosting the Tide – but that’s not happening this season.
Look at what the fine folk in the SEC scheduling offices are delivering to you …
On November 21st, LSU goes to Auburn and Texas A&M will go to Alabama. It’s a relative week off for most SEC East teams, but Georgia is going to Kentucky.
And then comes the yearly payoff that’s even bigger this year considering what November 21st is for the top teams in the West.
On November 28th, while Florida is going to Florida State, Kentucky is traveling to Louisville, and South Carolina plays at Clemson, as always it’s Auburn and Alabama – this year in Tuscaloosa – along with LSU having to go to Texas A&M.
That all leads to …