According to Chip Brown at 247 Sports, Texas and Oklahoma will be informing the Big 12 next week that they will not be renewing its grant-of-rights upon expiration and will be leaving the league.

The report means that Texas and Oklahoma joining the SEC could happen very quickly.

Texas and Oklahoma, the founding members of the Big 12, are leaving the league - and barring any unforeseen developments, will join the Southeastern Conference, a high-level source close to the situation told Horns247.

Texas and OU officials plan to inform the Big 12 on Monday that they won’t renew when the league’s grant of rights expire in 2025, a step that clears the path for the SEC to formally consider adding Texas and OU.

Again, barring unforeseen circumstances, an SEC vote on adding Texas and Oklahoma "could move quickly," the source told Horns247.
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ColdBloodUF35 months
And Georgia to ACC they are tired of the competition. 1980
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southernboisb35 months
Typical Swamp Rat! Article has NOTHING to do with the Bulldogs, but they have to comment.
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ImayGoLesMiles35 months
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