Reports indicate ESPN may have been driving force in Texas, Oklahoma wanting to make move to save Longhorn Network failure.
Fans usually have a specific number of wins they want to see but Sam Pittman isn't getting into that.
Don't be surprised by anything over the next four years. The way things have been isn't how it will be.
Hog fans may as well embrace expansion in the SEC because even Aggies apparently changed their tune ... and tone.
Texas and Oklahoma probably makes too much economic cents for anyone to not agree to let them join the SEC.
Fans may have to stop looking to the past and using that to predict the future with Texas, Oklahoma possibilities.
It was no accident when Nick Saban brought up his quarterback's $1 million in endorsements a day before the big show.
Deion Sanders either used an online soundbite or create his own set of facts to justify walking out of interview.
Asking for Congressional involvement to make the rules for college athletics because it's all over the place now.
The big question is a breakaway from the NCAA by the big boys and if it's already been discussed.
Aggies sign an exclusive media deal for $10k a year and the slippery slope to chaos may be gaining speed.