The SEC presidents had meeting, apparently, to discuss some issues and decided that they'd formalize a non-conference scheduling mandate to fit in at least one game vs. another school from one of the "Big Four" conferences (B1G, Big 12, PAC12 and ACC). The article refers to it as an "unprecedented strength-of-schedule component," to which I say....Ummm, now you're just making it mandatory, something they were already doing. But the fact that they are now publically stating it, I'm like...what the f*ck ever... More rhetoric. Link: http://msn.foxsports.com/south/story/sec-football-adopts-strength-of-schedule-requirement-for-2016-042714
Mike Spath points out that doing an interview for the official site is a pretty good indicator he'll be back.