A-Day at Alabama and Auburn, debating the SEC schedule, more

By Chip Patterson | Staff Writer

Auburn coach Gus Malzahn brought back the sweater from the BCS title game.  (USATSI)
Auburn coach Gus Malzahn brought back the sweater from the BCS title game. (USATSI)

Apparently, Alabama and Auburn don't mind that both spring games are called "A-Day."

The Iron Bowl rivals may fight for state ownership every November, but both schools have allowed history to proceed with a shared name for the annual spring game. There's no "Our State" debate when both Alabama and Auburn played out scrimmages in front of more than 70,000 fans on Saturday. It's "their state."

Jerry Hinnen returns to the podcast to wrap spring practice for both Alabama and Auburn as we reset the SEC West heading into the summer. Also, with Mike Slive announcing that a decision is coming soon on an 8-or-9 game SEC schedule, we take a look at the potential fallout from each decision.

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Previously on the Eye On College Football Podcast: Tom Fornelli on Kansas State and possible CFP Busters for 2014. (iTunes)

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