Oklahoma and Texas to join SEC: How will it impact the future of college sports?
A bombshell of a college football story dropped over the past few days. Oklahoma and Texas will be leaving the Big 12 and joining the SEC.
Jack and Andrew Stem discuss what this means for both programs, schools, conferences, and college sports as a whole. Why are Texas and Oklahoma leaving the Big 12 and joining the SEC? What will happen to the Big 12 as a result? Will the Big 12 teams band together and add new schools, or will the remaining Big 12 teams jump ship for greener pastures? Is this the tipping point for massive conference realignment; what could we see next? How smooth will the transition from Big 12 to SEC be for Oklahoma and Texas? How will impact not only college football, but college basketball, and other college sports? Is this a good thing for college sports, or a bad thing? Jack and Andrew attempt to answer all of these questions and more.
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