Big 12 Commissioner Says Oklahoma, Texas SEC Decision ‘Makes No Sense’
© Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
Looks like Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby is still not doing well after getting dumped by Oklahoma and Texas for the SEC...
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“Their chances are better coming through the Big 12,” Bowlsby told CBS Sports‘ Dennis Dodd. “That’s a silly part of it. It’s not very much money, and competitively, they’ve got a better path. It makes no sense.”

“Maybe it’s a story that needs to be written,” Bowlsby continued. “If it’s not about the money and it’s not and not about competitiveness, what’s it about? I haven’t gotten any answers about that.”
(The Spun)
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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8 Comments
Holy shite the Big 12 is pathetic. The SEC has broken them.
Reply2 months
unfortunately, it is about competitiveness, and they will get more $, now that the NCAA is nearly rendered obsolete.
Reply2 months
They didn’t just flip a coin one day and decide to do this. I’m fairly certain there have been discussions between these schools and the SEC for years
Reply2 months
"They should stay in our crappy conference because it's crappy."
Reply2 months
It’s going to be a lot more money. When ESPN told the Big 12 to frick off when they wanted to start negotiating the next contract that was it.
Reply2 months
This is exactly why they left. That’s the mentality of Big 12…it’s easier here. You have a better shot of winning a title since our conference sucks…and he doesn’t even realize it
Reply2 months
TFH
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There’s a sizeable contingent of Arkansas fans who want to leave the SEC for easier wins. Loser bitches
2 months
So he admits the SEC has better programs. Some schools aren’t afraid of competition, Bob.
Reply2 months
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