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The SEC never should've let this LSU-Florida scheduling drama play out in public

As two of its members argue via the media over a game that was postponed amid Hurricane Matthew, the conference is trying to get some of its other members to rearrange their own games. Monday, LSU athletic director Joe Alleva dug in and refused to relinquish the Tigers’ Nov. 19 home game vs. South Alabama to Hurricane Matthew rescheduling, changing the tenor of LSU and Florida’s stalemate from practical to moral.
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