I posted this below, but I think it merits its own strings. And, please correct me if you believe that I am wrong - I will not take offense. If Roy Kramer were still Commissioner, there is NO WAY IN HELL we'd be playing Georgia. Right now, Georgia is #5. If Georgia doesn't play in the SECCG, they'd almost certainly get ONE BCS bowl. If LSU were playing Tennessee or Florida, the winner of the SECCG would get one BCS bowl and Georgia would get another. With LSU playing Georgia, the SEC is shooting itself in the foot by guaranteeing itself to only get ONE BCS bowl. Further, this would GREATLY help LSU in getting the NC game as Georgia would not drop from its current #5, which it will almost certainly do if LSU defeat Georgia in the SECCG. In short, the SEC is GIVING $14 million dollars to the Big 12 by guaranteeing a LESS THAN WORTHY Texas team a BCS bowl. Way to go, SLIVE - YOU F*&(&*KING MORON! MAYBE, JUST MAYBE, this is WHY Kramer allowed for the A.D.'s to vote in the event of a tie-breaker, i.e., they could SEE what would be BEST for the SEC, both in terms of N.C./bowl/$$$$ opportunities.