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Five Intriguing Games This Weekend – From the Bird’s Nest

Lots of good games in college football tomorrow.

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Five Games of Interest This Weekend

The Cajuns are headed to Troy this weekend in the featured game in the Sun Belt Conference.  It's one of two league games to be played in week two (FAU at Middle Tennessee is the other.)

But outside of the league, there's a few games worth keeping an eye on

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Jay’s Memorable Moment #4 – The Night Pigs Flew

The goalposts come down and the party lasts well into the wee hours.

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Texas A&M Is Excited To join The SEC – VIDEO

The Texas A&M Aggies will be joining the SEC for the 2012 college football season, and by the looks of this video, they couldn't be any more excited about it.

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It’s Official: A&M Joins SEC

For the first time in nearly 20 years, the Southeastern Conference is expanding.

The league announced today the acceptance of Texas A&M as the SEC's 13th member.

The move had been rumored for several weeks and the league's announcement evidently means the legal ramifications of the Aggies leaving the Big 12 conference have be

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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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Les Miles Would Welcome Texas A&M To The SEC

LSU Tigers head football coach Les Miles is all for Texas A&M joining the SEC. SEC chancellors and presidents unanimously to accept A&M to the SEC. Now A&M awaits approval from the Big 12. If and when the Aggies become an SEC member, Miles will be extremely excited about the addition.

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Will Oklahoma Be Next to Leave Big XII??

With the departure of Texas A&M from the Big XII believed to be immanent, The University of Oklahoma has announced they are reviewing their options as well.

OU President David Boren says multiple conferences have shown an interest in his school in recent weeks and said he will make a decision concerning

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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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