I know that the SEC is a football / basketball / baseball conference, but it seems to me that the schools there could make a big impression on college soccer if they were to field teams. At the moment, only the University of South Carolina and the University of Kentucky have teams. USC is having a good year and is deep into the polls. My thinking is that schools like Florida, Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, etc. could field awesome teams. The states of FL and GA often field excellent teams that make to regional and national levels at the youth level. Even a school like Vandy that has a hard time competing in the major sports within the conference could use soccer as a way to field a decent athletic team. Many other schools known for education ahead of athletics around the country have done so. Any opions out there? Any known reasons for not having more teams in the SEC?