Yesterday, ESPN reported that the University of Sleazy Cheaters will play Alabama in the 2016 Cowboys Classic in Arlington, TX.
This will mark the second year in a row that a college team from the Los Angeles area will play a neutral site game in the suburbs of Dallas.
This matchup sets up a very interesting storyline as you will have former Trogan Head Coach Lane Kiffin at the game in his new position as OC for the Crimson Tide facing u$c for the first time since being fired on the tarmac at LAX (assuming, of course, that Hello Kiffin remains as the Alabama OC beyond this year).
It also serves as a tutorial, if you will, for the correct way to schedule a neutral site game.
You'll notice that the game was not scheduled against Alabama's fellow SEC school Texas A&M. aTm is only 184 miles from Arlington (or about 15 miles closer than Austin). Instead, it was scheduled against a school that is 607 miles away.
That, my friends, is how you schedule a neutral site game. You don't schedule a so-called neutral site game against a school with a huge fan base in the metro area when the school is less than a three hour drive away, not without another game played within a 3 hour drive from Los Angeles.
Apparently, scheduling a "neutral" site game against the Texas Longhorns in the state of Texas was a really complicated thing to figure out for Guerrero.