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The powers that be actually placed me back in Athens today as they're finishing up in Destin today, but will pass along updates as I can. Mike Slive is expected to meet with reporters in about an hour to go over the presidents' votes, but one bit of news already out involves the 6-1-1 schedule.
Per the Orlando Sentinel and other reporters, Florida AD Jeremy Foley just told media in Destin that the 6-1-1 football schedule DID pass as expected.
So the big question is answered: Georgia-Auburn is safe.
More to come ...
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Foley also passed along that the basketball schedule discussed here ...
... passed as expected as well.
These were really the big questions from today's vote. There could be some other surprises from Slive later, but I think the two posts to start this thread will probably be the headlines as the meetings conclude today.
No real surprises in discussion being passed along from Slive ...
I'll have a story up shortly summing up the issues from the week in Destin, thus ending our SEC Spring Meetings chapter for another year.
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