They will also review the permanent rivals issue in Destin this May.
Everything needs to be determined soon because of the SEC Network.
The final decision, Mike Slive said, will be made by presidents and chancellors in concert with their athletic directors.
As previously mentioned, the permanent rivals are also being reviewed. However, the feeling now is that those rivals will remain in place.
LSU athletics director Joe Alleva said he believes only LSU, Texas A&M and South Carolina are in favor of making the permanent cross-division rivals more balanced. LSU’s annual rival is Florida.
“If I’m at a school with a permanent opponent that I like and it’s easier than playing Alabama, LSU or Auburn, why would I want to change?” said Alleva. “You vote for your best interests, which is contrary to what this league usually does. Everybody is supposed to vote for the best interests of the league. I think we’ll probably keep permanent opponents because nobody will have the guts to change it.”