Colorado's Mel Tucker wants PAC-12 to copy SEC scheduling

New Colorado coach Mel Tucker which he believes the PAC -12 should adopt a few of the practices he has seen in the SEC after several years in the league at Alabama and Georgia.

“They changed the rule, and we’re allowed to do this, so I know, in a couple of years, we’ve got Northern Colorado (in 2021) and instead of it being Week 2, it can be Week 11,”Tucker told teh Denver Post. “Before you play Auburn, at Alabama, you play Louisiana Monroe, right? Well before we play Utah in the last game of the year, you’re playing USC. So we can help ourselves in scheduling that way. But we’ve got to be aggressive in putting really good teams on our schedule.”

The question that prompted Tucker’s answer was primarily focused on getting a Pac-12 team into the College Football Playoff but could be taken more generally. The West Coast league has pridefully talked about its nine-game conference slate and robust out of league schedule for many years now but all those tough games have not resulted in as many playoff berths as their peers