Texas A&M appears to be on its way to the SEC, but the process has slowed, and the Aggies may have to clear another hurdle before being able to exit the Big 12.
This one, though, has nothing to do with good, old-fashioned Texan politicking, fits for the SEC's 14th team or votes from any number of board members.
The latest roadblock could be a possible meeting between top college officials, barring clearance from the NCAA.
According to a report in the New York Times, NCAA president Mark Emmert has reached out to officials to suggest a "less canniabalistic and more collegial way to approach conference expansion."
Tension is high among some commissioners, as Texas A&M of the Big 12 appears headed to the Southeastern Conference in the
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