Oklahoma remains QBU, but who makes the Sooners' Mount Rushmore of signal callers? And which schools produce the best at the other positions? ESPN Stats & Info crunches the numbers to let us know.
The power play by Texas and Oklahoma to leave the Big 12 for the SEC brought back lots of bad memories and hurt feelings that date all the way back to the Southwest Conference days.
- Texas, Oklahoma regents accept SEC invitation
- SEC officially invites Texas, OU to join conference
- A&M board directs prez to OK SEC expansion
- OU, Texas formally ask SEC for member invite
Texas and Oklahoma have officially notified the SEC they're seeking an invitation for membership beginning July 1, 2025. So what does this mean for conference realignment as a whole? Our reporters break it down.
There's a lot to be determined as Texas and Oklahoma take the first steps toward leaving the Big 12. Our reporters break down what we know and what questions remain.
The board of regents in Texas and Oklahoma unanimously voted to accept the SEC's invitation to join the conference after their current contract with the Big 12 ends.
College Football playoff expansion was all the talk of the offseason until Oklahoma and Texas spurned the Big 12 for the SEC. Now the two storylines are intertwined with the 2021 season less than a month away.
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The SEC voted unanimously to invite Texas and Oklahoma to join the conference, and the two schools could officially accept the offer as soon as Friday.
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The Aggies board of regents said it has concluded that "expansion would enhance the long-term value of the SEC to student athletes and all of the institutions they represent -- including Texas A&M."
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Texas would benefit greatly by moving to the SEC. But how would Oklahoma, Texas A&M and other SEC and Big 12 schools be affected?
First, in honor/horror of Oklahoma and Texas breaking ties with the Big 12, we talk about what's to become of college football.
In a joint statement, Oklahoma and Texas announced they've formally notified the SEC that they are seeking "an invitation for membership" beginning July 1, 2025.
SEC presidents and chancellors have scheduled a meeting for Thursday in which they will discuss expansion and whether to add Oklahoma and Texas to what would be college football's first super-conference of 16 teams, a source confirmed to ESPN.
Growing and changing any sport isn't new and, at most times, is necessary. But the rumblings of Texas and Oklahoma likely moving to the SEC remind us that the power brokers pulling the strings don't factor in the greater good.
Oklahoma State president Kayse Shrum issued a blistering statement on Monday, saying Oklahoma's intentions to explore leaving the Big 12 are "strategic, deliberate and is the result of months of planning with the SEC."
Texas and Oklahoma notified the Big 12 on Monday that they will not be renewing their grants of media rights following expiration in 2025.