Jason does a great job capturing the mood in Oklahoma. That BOR meeting was one big “sorry we had to do this to our friends.”
Today’s regents meeting wasn’t the celebration such an occasion might call for. It was more somber than triumphant. Despite knowing it’s the right move for OU, Joe Harroz and Joe Castiglione seem to understand what this is doing to their Big 12 brethren https://t.co/mcx6GGr91z
As college football ponders the fallout of OU/Texas to the SEC, there’s a wariness of allowing ESPN to gather too much power. A look at the mindset of officials outside the SEC who want to push the playoff to multiple TV bidders. https://t.co/ga0sXiDDHg
All due respect @KirkHerbstreit love ya bud, but A&M/Texas?That game returns and maybe Thanksgiving? OU/Texas?Pretty sure that’s still a Conference showdown? What’s the issue. This sky is falling, CFB’s filled with greed drivel is an old & tired argument.CFB is progressing! GOOD!
RT @BlatantHomerism: Yes, OU will still have 11 am kickoffs in the SEC. The difference is that OU playing at 11 am will not be an essential part of the TV rights package. It matters a lot, but I definitely get why it seems silly.
RT @RossDellenger: Now that OU & Texas have accepted the invite, here's a dive into the SEC's scheduling conundrum. Does Texas play A&M every year? Do they play the last game of the regular season? Does Bedlam continue or does OU finish with Missouri? Lots of questions. https://t.co/x7UbnpZiiG https://t.co/YmsOWV93Xc