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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: What’s next for the Big 12?

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Plus: Texas, Oklahoma formally apply for the SEC

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It could be said that the Big 12 Conference is currently in pieces following the intended departures of the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners to the SEC, a move that shook the college football landscape to its core. In other words, it doesn’t look good for the Big 12.

Over the days and weeks to come, we’ll be noting each and every realignment rumor.

For starters, there’s talk of the Iowa State Cyclones and Kansas Jayhawks joining the Big Ten.

WHAT THE WISE MEN ARE SAYING ABOUT THE LONGHORNS

Austin American-Statesman: How an expanded SEC could match NCAA’s intake of $1.3 billion in revenue

Austin American-Statesman: Texas football’s record against SEC teams really might surprise you

Dallas Morning News: What comes next? Attempting to answer pressing questions on Texas and Oklahoma’s Big 12 exit

Dallas Morning News: ‘This action was strategic’: Big 12, remaining schools react to Texas, Oklahoma leaving conference

247Sports: Sources: ‘A lot will happen this week’ in Texas and Oklahoma’s bid to join SEC

247Sports: Mike at Night: The questions facing Texas entering the SEC

247Sports: Lane Kiffin says he is ‘proud’ of Steve Sarkisian

Inside Texas: Burton: What’s going to happen today?

Inside Texas: Degraded Nash Equilibrium: How Texas & OU can play in the SEC in 2022

Inside Texas: Burton: Grand plans

ICYMI IN BURNT ORANGE NATION

Texas and Oklahoma announce intent to leave Big 12

The Longhorn Republic looks at the Big 12 exit

4-star OL Kam Dewberry to take official visit to Texas

No. 1 SG Keyonte George sets commitment date

RECRUITING ROUNDUP

247Sports: SEC only adds to strong recruiting pitch for Texas

247Sports: The Stampede: How the SEC move can impact Texas recruiting immediately

247Sports: After announcing decision date, how likely is it that Keyonte George commits to Texas?

247Sports: Five-star defensive lineman Jayden Wayne planning return trip to Texas

247Sports: Four-star WR C.J. Williams set to announce commitment on CBS Sports HQ

Inside Texas: Kam Dewberry talks Texas, Oklahoma and recruiting

Inside Texas: Just In Time Evening News: High school coaches react to Texas and the SEC

BIG 12 BREAKDOWN

Our Daily Bears: How Baylor should react to Texas and Oklahoma leaving the Big 12

Viva the Matadors: West Texas meeting West Coast?

Viva the Matadors: The 10 most interesting Red Raiders to watch during training camp

Frogs O’ War: Monday Morning Quarterback: Prepare the Viking funeral, the Big 12 is dead

Frogs O’ War: College football purgatory is upon us, so what does this mean for TCU?

Crimson and Cream Machine: Oklahoma Football: OU’s own 100-year decision

The Smoking Musket: WVU Director of Athletics Shane Lyons releases statement regarding conference realignment

Wide Right & Natty Lite: The radical plan to save college football

Wide Right & Natty Lite: Three-star forward Demarion Watson commits to Iowa State

Rock Chalk Talk: 38 Days: Horns down

WHAT WE’RE READING

SB Nation: Simone Biles’ Olympic withdrawal could be her greatest act of heroism

SB Nation: How the Bradley Beal situation could help the Lakers land Russell Westbrook

SB Nation: Sharife Cooper is the 2021 NBA Draft’s Point God in training

NEWS ACROSS THE FORTY ACRES AND BEYOND

  • Texas and Oklahoma have formally applied for SEC membership.
  • Texas’ new turf cost a whopping $429,000. But take a closer look at this photo.
  • Texas commit Lydia Jacoby won a gold medal in women’s swimming this week.