Texas A&M to Hold a Board of Regents Meeting Regarding SEC Realignment Tomorrow


Boy, oh boy, the Aggies really aren’t happy that big brother may be coming back to town, are they?

Ever since the subretinal rumors started swirling at SEC Media Days about Texas and Oklahoma joining the SEC, Jimbo and the rest of Aggie-faithful have resisted their former Big 12 counterparts joining the SEC.

So what’s the next step in this development? Well, the Texas A&M Board of Regents will meet in executive session to hash this out tomorrow evening, but will then return to open session, “for discussion and possible action on contractual and governance issues relating to Texas A&M University and the Southeastern Conference.”

This, of course, comes after a week-long pushback from the Aggies, obviously wanting to remain the SEC’s top dog in Texas, which ultimately makes sense. It allows everyone to eat, for lack of a better term. With that said it also makes complete and total sense for Texas and Oklahoma to join the best conference in college athletics, even if it is to the chagrin of the Aggies.

Story continues