Texas, Oklahoma reach out to SEC about joining conference


A decade after major conference realignment shook up college football, big changes might again be on the horizon. Texas and Oklahoma of the Big 12 have both reached out to the Southeastern Conference about potentially joining the powerful league, a high-ranking college official with knowledge of the situation told the Houston Chronicle on Wednesday. (Houston Chronicle)

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Texas, Oklahoma reach out to SEC about joining conference


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