All of college sports has changed. And it's impossible to attend these SEC meetings -- the first with 14 members -- and not wonder where this is all headed and what's best for the longterm health of college sports. It's a bold, new world where Steve Spurrier proposes some SEC games become meaningless and, as crazy as it sounds, you can actually understand his logic. It's a world where math degrees are needed to comb through scheduling models and SEC coaches and ADs open everything back up to discussion for the football format. It's a world where Gary Pinkel had to tell Missouri commitments last fall they suddenly won't be playing in the Big 12 in 2012. "When would that ever happen to anybody in their career?" Pinkel said. "In the Big 12, it happens about every other year."Via The Birmingham News' Jon Solomon. He'll be here all week, folks. Try the veal.