Greg Sankey, the commissioner of the SEC, announced that he received applications from Oklahoma and
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Oklahoma And Texas are getting close to being SEC official. Greg Sankey, the commissioner of the SEC, announced that he received applications from Oklahoma and Texas in a press release today...
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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"enrich the experiences of our student athletes"...and follow the money..you don't need to hear anything more.
Reply2 months
Hey Greg, even Russia votes for one a-hole at a time.
Reply2 months
This is a horrible decision.
Reply2 months
Let this happen!
Reply2 months
would anyone else besides A&M vote no?
Reply2 months
Don't think so.
2 months
At the end of the day A&M will vote yes. It will be unanimous
2 months
You would think Arkansas and Missouri would vote no for obvious reasons.
2 months
Dear aTm, Sorry. Not sorry. Sincerely, Greg Sankey
Reply2 months
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