Texas and Oklahoma expressing interest in joining the SEC shook the foundation of the Big 12 and caught many high-ranking college athletics officials off guard. Can a move really happen? What would it mean for other conferences? We break down the latest.
Texas and Oklahoma could make their move to the SEC official in a matter of weeks, ESPN has confirmed.
- Source: OU, Texas could move to SEC in weeks
- Ex-A&M prez: 'Agreement' should nix expansion
- Sources: Texas, OU talked to SEC about joining
- AD to 'protect' A&M in SEC amid Texas, OU report
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Texas and Oklahoma reached out to the SEC about joining the conference, sources told ESPN.
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