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Which Conference Is Better…The SEC Or The Big XII?

The SEC has been considered the top football conference in the country forĀ  a long time now.

But has the Big XII closed the gap this year?

The SEC has what many consider the top two teams in the country, in Alabama and LSU, but the Big XII has two top-five teams themselves, in Oklahoma and Oklahoma St., plus another unbeaten, in Kansas St.

In a ten team league, the Big XII has only one team with a non-winning record, and another two at .500, while the SEC has three teams with non-winning records, and another two at .500.

My vote for the toughest conference in the nation still goes to the SEC, but I do think it's closer than it has been in recent years.

Now, let's see what some of the experts think.

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Lack Of Smart Thinking In Conference Realignments

Last year, Nebraska left the Big XII to join the Big Ten, while Colorado left the Big XII to join Utah, who left the Mountain West Conference, to join the new Pac-12.

Recently, Texas A&M announced they will leave the Big XII, and are expected to join the SEC, and recent reports say that Missouri may be headed from the Big XII to the SEC as well.

We're still not done.

Pittsburgh and Syracuse are leaving the Big East, and going to the ACC.

Meanwhile, the remaining teams in the Big East and the Big XII are trying to salvage something their respective leagues.

All of this movement...is it a smart thing for all these conference, and schools, to do?

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Big 12, Big East Leftovers Talking Merger

With speculation that the Big 12 and Big East are going to cease to exist as we know them, the schools that could be left behind in conference realignment are talking about coming together.

Sources close to the situation say that the two conferen

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From the Bird’s Nest: If I Could Do Re-alignment

Egos would be out. Geography would (for the most part) rule

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If Big XII Folds, Nobody Wins

The Big XII lost Nebraska and Colorado last year. They will lose Texas A&M next year, and there's a possibility that Oklahoma will soon follow.

If the Sooners do leave, expect numerous others to follow, which would likely mean the end of the Big XII.

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Expansion Candidates For The Big XII

Now the Texas A&M has announced they will leave the Big XII by 2012, if they are accepted by another league, that would actually make that conference the Big IX.

Colorado left this year to become a member of the Pac-12, and Nebraska joined the Big Ten.

With nine teams, and with the possibility of losing another member, such as Missouri, the Big XII will be looking to expand.

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Texas A&M Leaving Big XII Could Create A Domino Effect

If Texas A&M does indeed leave the Big XII, it could have a ripple effect on the college football world.

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A&M One Step Closer to Departing Big XII

Texas A&M today released a statement saying that they are going to explore other conference opportunities.

While today's statement doesn't say the Aggies are definitely leaving the Big XII, the statement is seen by many to be just the latest fodder in the "wil

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Texas A&M, SEC Talking???

According to a report in the Dallas Morning News, Texas A&M is seriously considering a move to the Southeastern Conference.

Texas Governor Rick Perry was asked about it and says conversations are being held.

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