"I would say they should take a hard look at nine. People don't buy season tickets to see you play some of the nonconference teams we play. They buy season tickets to see our best teams... "Nine games would be more attractive for TV. You'll lose a home game every other year, but you'd probably make it up (financially) to some degree in the TV package. "If you took a vote of coaches, you'd probably get a two-game conference schedule. Ever notice that everything is more controversial when you first put it in? Years down the road it's not as controversial."Roy Kramer speaks out on the SEC schedule These are words from the former SEC commissioner who expanded the league to 12 teams and instituted the SEC Championship Game. I have to agree with the man, and he certainly knows what he's talking about when it comes to controversial things becoming less so over time.