SEC meetings come to quick end
DESTIN, Fla. -- The Southeastern Conference held one of its shortest business meetings in league history Friday.
The powerful conference wrapped up its annual spring meetings with presidents and chancellors not taking a single vote, quite possibly the first time that's happened in the league's 80-year history.
"Shortest meeting in the history of the league," Florida president Bernie Machen said.
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