It would indeed be funny, but A&M wouldn't be shorted in the SEC.
Originally Posted by DarylS
It would be funny if Texas A&M found itself in a few years in the exact same situation it left with the Big 12. Complaining about a bigger/better program getting more money than Texas A&M.
From where I sit, A&M is every bit as important to the SEC as Alabama, Auburn, Tennessee, Georgia, and Florida. Texas A&M has the potential to pass UT as the dominant program in Texas, which is home to 36 million people. With the money and exposure from the SEC, A&M could pass UT. They've got to be excited with this move.
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