The rest of the conference has known for 50 years that bammer is dirty, and they didn't care as long as it was just Auburn getting burned. They didn't say a word when Cam was going through hell even though it was obvious who was fanning the flames. And they all laughed about Toomer's. But now that it has an effect on them they are suddenly whining. So no.....I do not care what they think. It won't matter anyway. The SEC will not make any permanent changes that go against what bammer wants. If the other teams had stepped up and joined Auburn and stopped it years ago then things might've been different. It's most likely way too late now to make a lasting and profound difference because bammer has built a powerful network in all areas of college football, and there's way too much money at stake. Kirby might be the only guy that will take on bammer and get away with it, since he knows about a lot of the dirt, but that won't help anybody but him and UGA.
I am well aware that Ole Miss had violations.....but they did nothing that bammer doesn't do on a regular basis. That was the whole point of what they were doing....becoming competitive in the same way bammer has for years. Ole Miss thought they could fight fire with a bic lighter. They do not have the REC and the network that bammer has and it cost them a 10-year set back in their football program. Freeze and the Ole Miss plan was working and bammer was not going to allow it to continue so they burned down the Ole Miss house. In 2010 they tried to do the same thing to Auburn's run for the gold but luckily Auburn was clean as a whistle and it mostly failed.