Is Texas A&M Purposely Trying to Avoid Longhorns In SEC?

AUSTIN – The Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners are set to join the SEC in the near future, after agreeing to part ways with the Big 12 last fall.

And per a recent report from Horns 247’s Chip Brown, the Aggies aren’t exactly thrilled about it, and are firmly against a yearly rivalry matchup with Texas.


If that structure were indeed to be the case, instead of facing one another every season, the Longhorns and Aggies would only see each other twice every four years.

So when would this all happen?

Per a previous announcement from the schools, the Longhorns and Sooners are prepared to wait until the current grant of rights agreement, which is slated to run until 2025, expires.


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