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3 things: Texas-Oklahoma imminent addition triggers immediate concerns



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    swimalumdawgswimalumdawg Posts: 7 ✭ Freshman

    I think if Texas and Ok. are coming to the S.E.C. we should do the moving of teams, we are not joining Texas and Oklahoma, if I remember right they chose to join the S.E.C. . The S.E.C. should do the decision making. Think Oklahoma made a big mistake the were sure to win their division every year, now they must run the S.E.C. gauntlet EVERY WEEK, cut their odds down significantly into getting into the College Playoffs. Texas made a better decision, odds even worse for Texas in the S.E.C. to now get into the College Playoffs, but maybe they can keep a Texas recruit now. But maybe they just want to count the extra money regardless. Florida State and Clemson would be foolish not to stay where they are for the very same reasons.

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