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The one thing that makes it seem plausible to me is that neither OU nor Texas have denied it, that I've seen. If there was nothing to it, they would probably have jumped on it pretty quickly. OSU's response was basically, we don't know if it's true but we'll be disappointed if it is.All the news stations are quoting a story from Houston, that OU and Texas has submitted proposals to move to SEC.
What do you think?
From what I've read, SEC teams get about $15 million more per year each than OU currently gets from the Big 12. Another fly in the ointment I've read is that OU's athletic director complained about all the 11 am scheduled games, and the Big 12's response was pretty dismissive and that is a driving factor (the 11 am games, not so much the dismissive response. But apparently it angered Joe C.)Isn't there a financial incentive for that?
This seems very possible.Trying to get a better deal out of Fox.
OSU fan here too. And agree, don't want any part of the SEC. If OU and Texas go, I don't see OSU going. More likely we'll stay in a revamped Big 12, or PAC 12. The NIL has really threw a wrench in college football.As an OSU fan....I don't think we want any part of the SEC. But we will be along for the ride!
Texas hasn’t had a chance in years anyways. OU may struggle at first but I think the recruiting effect will definitely help them be very competitive in the SEC.Talk about giving your teams almost a zero chance at going to a National Championship game again. OU and Texas will meet these teams during the regular season every year now, ouch lol.