SEC Unanimously Votes to Admit Texas and Oklahoma; Big Changes on the way in College Football

As expected after reports first surfaced about their defection from the Big-12, the Southeastern Conference voted unanimously to admit Texas and Oklahoma. No surprise there, as the deal had already been worked out behind the scenes.

Big changes for sure in college football, and things have just begun to get crazy.

Each school now owes the Big 12 almost $80 million in fees to leave the conference, and could forfeit over $160 million each in conference revenues in the next several years, which obviously doesn’t faze the schools.

Notes:

  • The Big 12 already launched an offensive to ensure it receives the payments.
  • The SEC could produce over $1.3 BILLION in revenue for the 2024-25 season, which is what the ENTIRE NCAA would make in the same year. Mind boggling.
  •  The SEC will now have 7 of the top 10 athletic budgets in the country.
  • Multiple reports have indicated the SEC is planning to assemble a Super Conference that could leave the NCAA. Schools rumored to be targeted:
    • Ohio State
    • Notre Dame
    • USC
    • Clemson
    • Boston College


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David Keech
Author: David Keech

David Keech is a math teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and public address announcer for Abbotsord High School. He officiates basketball, baseball, and softball in central Wisconsin. He has reported on amateur sports since 2011, known as 'KeechDaVoice.' David can be reached at [email protected]