Chattanooga Times Free Press
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Following the recent additions of Texas A&M and Missouri to the SEC, the league has yet to release its adjusted 14-team schedule for 2012. Two SEC athletic directors said publicly last week that the release would come before Christmas, but the SEC posted a statement on its official Twitter account Thursday updating the situation?s status.
?Working through the final stages of the 2012 football schedule,? the statement read. ?We?ll release it once it?s complete, but not before Christmas.?
UT athletic director Dave Hart did not disclose a time in which to expect the SEC?s new schedule in an interview with the Times Free Press late last week.
?We?ve been heavily involved as athletic directors through the commissioner, Mike Slive, and the SEC staff,? Hart said. ?We?ve met very regularly and recently met again, just to try to come to a decision on next year?s schedule. We?ve got to get ?12 done, and then we can worry about beyond ?12. We?ve made progress on that.Read the source article