The Texas A&M Board of Regents will meet on Monday at 5 pm CT, "for discussion and possible action on contractual and governance issues relating to Texas A&M University and the Southeastern Conference."
I’d be cool with the SEC becoming the Premier League of college football with relegation to the ACC
Sounds good for now, but ultimately power 5 schools need to leave the NCAA, form their own super league and get rid of awful non-con games that serve as exhibitions.
SEC power ratings from @_Collin1 if OU & Texas were in SEC in 2021: 1-Alabama 2-Oklahoma 3-Georgia 4-Texas A&M 5-Texas 6-Auburn 7-Florida 8-Ole Miss 9-Arkansas 10-LSU 11-Miss State 12-Kentucky 13-Missouri 14-Tennessee 15-Vanderbilt 16-South Carolina
SEC preseason media poll Eastern Georgia (124 1st place votes) UF (7) Kentucky (2) Mizzou Tennessee SCarolina (1) Vandy Western Bama (130) A&M (1) LSU (1) Ole Miss (1) Auburn Arkansas (1) Miss St SEC champ Bama (84) Georgia (45) Ole Miss (1) A&M (1) UF (1) UK (1) SCarolina (1)
I certainly didn’t just check Google Maps to make sure there was still a Flemings within walking distance of Vandy’s stadium.
That feeling when you witness all three goals of a hat trick within six minutes
Behind the scenes tidbit from a decade ago thats instructive when considering a potential vote in SEC for OU and Texas. The Big 12 felt early on that Mississippi State and Ole Miss were lined up to join Vandy and LSU against taking A&M. 1/2