REPORT: Texas and Oklahoma Could Leave Big 12 Soon

Morgantown, West Virginia – According to the Houston Chronicle, the University of Texas and Oklahoma University have reached out to the SEC about joining the conference and could be headed there soon.

Bryan Fischer, college football analyst at Athlon sports, reported that an announcement of the addition of the two schools could happen in the coming weeks.

Losing two powerhouse programs like Texas and Oklahoma would of course be devastating for the Big 12 Conference.

SEC Inside John Talty said the following of the Texas and Oklahoma to SEC rumors: “The belief is that Texas and Oklahoma have already taken steps to facilitate a move out of the Big 12 and the SEC is the desired landing spot.”

 

This situation is very fluid and a lot can change, but stayed tuned because it’s very possible that the Big 12 might lose its two most high profile programs very soon!

 

 

 

 

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