The buzzards are circling over the Midwest, as the Big 12 Conference is on its last leg.
Nebraska and Colorado jumped ship last season with visions of TV dollars dancing in their heads. Now Texas A&M has announced they plan to make a move to the SEC; and more rumored movement within the conference is on the way.
The Big 12 began play in 1996 after combining all eight members of the former Big 8 with four schools from the Southwest Conference.
The league has competed at the top of college football, producing three National Champions (1997 Nebraska, 2000 Oklahoma, 2005 Texas), and enjoying a slew of bowl game wins. The recent upsurge of programs like Oklahoma State, Baylor and Texas A&M promises to make