So Texas A&M is going to leave the Big XII. There's no going back and they never would have pulled the trigger on it if they didn't know that the SEC was waiting with open arms (or at least an arm waive toward them). The problem for the SEC is they'll be unbalanced unless they find another team (just as nature abhors a vacuum, it also seeks balance). So now the President of Oklahoma comes out and says, "Golly gee....well...maybe we might be thinking about the possibility of beginning to explore the chance of perhaps pondering a move to another conference. We'd hate it, but...." That's President speak for, "We're gone. Buh-bye. Pack the bags and have the roadies start loading the trucks." With the loss of A&M, and if OU defects (which I'll be stunned if it doesn't), then the Big XII is doomed. So where does Texas end up with its sparkling new Longhorn Network that everyone envies/loathes...PAC-12? B1G? SEC? (I bet PAC-12). Does SEC say F' it and go to 16 and send the college conference landscape into hyper-meltdown as everyone scrambles to create super-conferences, in the process tearing apart the ACC along with the Big XII? The possibilities are exploding like pop rocks doused with Pepsi.
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