It’s been a rough year for football in a legal sense. Not only did the pros muck it up in court rooms for months in a protracted labor dispute, but shortly thereafter, former National Football League players tackled the league over not taking proper steps to protect players from concussions. But now it’s apparently time for the college teams to have a power struggle. And this time, it’s happening deep in the heart of Texas.
Rumblings have been coming out of the South for some time now that Texas A&M University is looking to leave the Big 12 Conference. Yesterday, news broke that the school was unanimously accepted into the Southeastern Conference (SEC) as its 13th member.