As SEC Media Days begin in Hoover, Alabama, this week, Big 12 Media Days are also taking place in Texas. On Monday, commissioner Bob Bowlsby took the podium to get things started.

At one point, he was asked about scheduling and seemed to call out the SEC and ACC for what are sometimes lackluster nonconference schedules.

As you can see below, he argues that each Power 5 team should have to play at least 10 Power 5 schools per season to keep things even and fair:

Since the Big 12, Big Ten and Pac-12 all play nine conference games per season, that means the SEC and ACC schools would have to schedule two Power 5 nonconference foes per year (or switch to a nine-game conference schedule, too).

Will we see that stipulation added to the College Football Playoff criteria in the near future? It would certainly be interesting.