According to sources, last summer a third party extended feelers to see if the Big 12 would be interested in adding Arkansas.

Arkansas officials adamantly denied ever expressing any interest in being in the Big 12. But if Arkansas were to express interset in the Big 12, it appears the league would be receptive to an application for membership from the Razorbacks, sources said.

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CostaRicaTiger154 months
Arkansas and LSU should go Little 12 to get away from Mike Slive and his CHEATING officials for Auburn, Alabama and Florida. Nobody should go through the SEC undefeated and we had two teams in one year reach the SEC title game without a loss (Florida and Alabama with many questionable calls against Arkansas vs Florida and more questionalble calls against LSU vs Alabama, remember the Patrick Peterson interception)???? Then, Auburn was allowed to let Cam Newton play despite Auburn paying $250,000 to his dad for his qb services after he got burnt at Miss. State with $180,000 offer? This is after the Dye scandal and blind referees (Early Doucet interference among other calls). Auburn should get the death penalty with Miami because they lied about everything concerning Cam Newton. Everybody knows the SEC is cheating and it's a disgrace. LSU shouldn't have been in the national championship game against Ohio State but the NCAA knew attendance would make money. LSU should have played USC in the Rose Bowl that year. USC BEGGED the AP to vote LSU No. 2 to make us go to New Orleans. SEC was more concerned with getting two teams into the BCS than what was right. SEC and MIKE SLEESEBALL SLIVE SUCK!!!!!!!
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Broke154 months
Why would Arky leave the SEC? That's just dumb in my opinion.
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Larry Leo154 months
I wonder if any Big 12 teams are interested in the Big 12.
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Chicken154 months
That would be a weird move...Big 12 = Boring

I wonder if anyone in Arkansas is really interested in the Big 12 at this point.
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