Pac-12 coaches not happy with SEC eight-game conference schedule
Count many of the Pac-12 coaches among those who are very unhappy about the SEC's decision earlier this week to retain its current eight-game conference schedule.
During a national teleconference Thursday, several Pac-12 coaches, most notably Stanford's David Shaw, expressed there displeasure with the decision saying it could affect the fairness of the new College Football Playoff.
"There's no taking away anything that LSU and Alabama and Auburn recently have accomplished," Shaw said. "They've been phenomenal. My take is to say, 'OK, the rest of us are playing our conference. We're playing nine out of 12 teams in our conference. Why can't you do the same thing?"
More from Shaw and other Pac-12 coaches from ESPN.com.