Although the SEC's chairman of the Board of Presidents and Chancellors announced earlier Sunday that "no action would be taken" at this time, reports that Texas A&M's move to college football's dominant conference is dead would appear premature:
According to Clay Travis, talk of expansion is only being tabled for a few days, and Athletic Directors are scheduled to meet Wednesday to further discuss the move. A reported hangup of the deal is the conference is looking for another team, bring the total number of teams in the conference to 14.
This whole situation is very murky, with conflicting reports about meetings between SEC officials and no one really sure who started the whole proceedings in the first place. I doubt the meeting on Wednesday resolves anything, but all eyes are on College Station for the first time in what seems like a millenium.