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The Texas Longhorns' time in the Big 12 is coming to an end -- the same can be said for the Oklahoma Sooners. The longtime bitter rivals effectively teamed up behind the scenes and while the rest of the college athletics world was unsuspecting, the Horns and Sooners were positioning themselves for a seismic move to the SEC.

The news of their interest to jump to the SEC was reported in late July, and within a matter of just more than a week, the officially sent notice of their intent to leave the Big 12, requested invitations to the SEC, and were unanimously voted into the league by the SEC's current 14 members.

The Texas Longhorns' time in the Big 12 is coming to an end -- the same can be said for the Oklahoma Sooners. The longtime bitter rivals effectively teamed up behind the scenes and while the rest of the college athletics world was unsuspecting, the Horns and Sooners were positioning themselves for a seismic move to the SEC.

The news of their interest to jump to the SEC was reported in late July, and within a matter of just more than a week, the officially sent notice of their intent to leave the Big 12, requested invitations to the SEC, and were unanimously voted into the league by the SEC's current 14 members.

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