Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by Hou-duco, Jul 21, 2021.
I asked for a source because everything I've read says a majority vote is required.
Can't help right now I'm driving. Its 75% trust me
I don’t like it a bit. TA&M, Missouri, & Ark, were all former SWC members with Texas & Oklahoma. If LSU is forced to be in the west with them (and likely Ole Miss & Miss St.), it would more like LSU joining a reincarnation of the SWC. Goodbye to our traditional rivalries
Turns out it appears I was wrong. After doing more reading it appears as though a 3/4 vote is required.
Kirk Bohls on Twitter: "SEC bylaws clarified in June 2011 clearly do state that 3/4 of the 14 SEC members would have to approve Texas, OU joining the league." / Twitter
Told you that already
Excuse me for questioning your vast & superior knowledge of every subject known to mankind.
Now you know
The old sw conference was a apowerhouse back in the day. That was whn Texas and OU were the Alabama and LSU of today.
Will Texas give up the Longhorn Network? Can’t imagine them being allowed to keep it and join.
How would the scheduling work in a 16-team conference? Do we go to a 9-game schedule, 7 and 2? The good news is the only imaginable way to make it work is for Bama and Auburn to go to the East, so that eliminates their need for the stupid "traditional cross division rival." But then we lose Bama as an every year opponent. Whatever the plan, I don't want to see this happen. Sixteen is just too damned many.