Bjork said the Aggies are not at the point where they have decided how they would vote on Texas joining the SEC.
Texas and Oklahoma expressing interest in joining the SEC shook the foundation of the Big 12 and caught many high-ranking college athletics officials off guard. Can a move really happen? What would it mean for other conferences? We break down the latest.
- AD says Aggies will be ready if Texas joins SEC
- Source: OU, Texas could move to SEC in weeks
- Big 12 officials hold meeting about OU, Texas
- Ex-A&M prez: 'Agreement' should nix expansion
Alex Scarborough of ESPN.com joins Paul to talk about the potential of Texas and Oklahoma joining the SEC. Callers discuss the matter as well.
Texas and Oklahoma could make their move to the SEC official in a matter of weeks, ESPN has confirmed.
Texas A&M and TCU improved their recruiting profiles when it came to changing conferences, while Nebraska continued to fall.
The Big 12 said it expects Oklahoma and Texas to adhere to the conference bylaws and TV contracts that have been signed, as officials look for answers about the schools' possible moves to the SEC.
Former Texas A&M president R. Bowen Loftin says there is a "gentlemen's agreement" between SEC schools giving members "absolute veto power" over addition of another school from their state.
Texas and Oklahoma reached out to the SEC about joining the conference, sources told ESPN.
After a report that Texas and Oklahoma have reached out to the SEC about joining the conference, Texas A&M athletic director Ross Bjork said he will be "diligent in our approach to protect" his school.
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