Pac-16 reportedly a go

Chip Brown of, who has simply been the MAN in all this Pac-10 expansion talks, has written that it looks like it’s a go. Except the new six might be changing a bit.

Brown reports that Texas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State will join the Pac-10 as early as next week, but that Texas A&M is now flirting with the SEC. If the Aggies go east, either Utah or Kansas could gobble up the extra spot.

Here’s a link to the story: I’m an idiot. Here’s the link.

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  • Anonymous

    The link didn’t come through. Can you post it please?

  • Mike H class of 90

    Interesting note about the new league pushing for 2 automatic BCS entries (since the Big 12 will no longer have an automatic entry) – one presumably from each division…

  • Anonymous

    Texas FB and Kansas BB in the Pac n?


  • spedjones

    love it. this will be GREAT for UCLA and the rest of the PAC.

  • Larry

    Oh man… This would be awesome. I would LOVE to replace A&M with Kansas. What a great bball conf we would have with UCLA, Texas, Oklahoma, AZ, and Kansas.

  • Reformed Droog

    Not only that, but Kansas City is #31 TV market versus Lubbock (#148). That makes the conference even more likely to get better airtime.

  • ucla2k3

    Texas A&M can go to the SEC and get pounded by the likes of Florida, Alabama, and LSU on a regular basis. I have no problem with that. I would very much rather have Kansas over A&M and Utah simply because the Jayhawks offer a much superior basketball program to the Pac-16 conference.

  • Corney in Kansas

    Kansas would be even better than the Aggies, especially bringing in the BB program.

    Pulling in “the City” on the Mighty Missouri, would also open up cable TV into northern Missouri for recruiting.