SEC Expansion: Smoke Billows White, Texas A&M Reportedly Earns Invitation

It seems that Texas A&M's move from the Big-12 to the SEC is all but official. According to reports from Orangebloods.com writer Chip Brown, the SEC vote held on Tuesday night concluded with a 10-2 tally in the Aggies favor. An announcement from conference officials is expected on Wednesday.

With the ongoing saga soon reaching a conclusion, the onus now falls to the University of Oklahoma. As the Big-12 slowly falls apart, reports indicate that the Sooners -- along with Oklahoma State -- could be the next members to bolt.

Brown also indicated that Big East standout West Virginia is being targeted as the next potential member of the SEC. He capped things off with this little tidbit regarding the Missouri Tigers.

SEC didn't want to touch Missouri for fear of collapsing B12. With B12 on verge of collapse now anyway, SEC may not be so cautious with MU.less than a minute ago via TweetDeck Favorite Retweet Reply

At this point it's beginning to look like nothing is off the table in this abrupt rush for conference realignment. Needless to say, the next few weeks might get a little interesting.

For more, head to Texas A&M blog I Am The 12th Man and SEC blog Team Speed Kills.

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