SI/TMG Sports: By any measurement the Big Ten and the SEC are the two most powerful conferences in college athletics. And by extension the Big Ten’s Warren and SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey are the two most powerful men in college sports. Both have shown they’ll go their own way if its in the best interest of their respective conferences.
And it is generally known in college atheltics circles that Warren and Sankey do not have the same level of communication enjoyed by their predecesors, Jim Delany and Mike Slive.
The SEC built its entire scheduling model on the ability to wait until Sept. 26 to play its first game.
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