TUSCALOOSA, Alabama - As Nick Saban and many other coaches say during times when perspective is lost for the sake of instant gratification, college football in its current state is merely a reflection of our "microwave" society.
What's happening NOW is all that matters. What happens in the future is an afterthought and what's happened in the past is ancient history.
This sort of mindset is what bothers those on both sides of the Tennessee-Alabama rivalry when it's discussed as a potential casualty in the SEC's ongoing quest to figure out a conference schedule that makes sense for all 14 of its teams.
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