Selling Out's New Meaning in NCAA

Karen Warren Chronicle

The end is here, well, near, for the Big 12.

As of late Friday, the Pac-10 was up to 11 teams, the Big Ten up to 12, and the Big 12 down to 10 (minus Colorado and Nebraska) and falling.

What could be near an end as well — something few imagined we would see — is the conference relationship between Texas and Texas A&M.

What a horribly sad day it would be if UT and A&M — institutions that have been testing each other in football since 1894 and competing in the same athletic conference since becoming...

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