Tomorrow A&M's Board of Regents will meet to discuss the last step A&M has to take in order to go to the Southeastern Conference.
Texas A&M will compete in the SEC next season, but there's still some legal ties they have to the Big 12 Conference.
The university has to buyout of their contract with the Big 12.
According to A&M's Board of Regents site, the group will meet Monday by phone to consider authorization for the president of Texas A&M University President R. Bowen Loftin to negotiate and execute a settlement agreement with the Big 12 Conference and its members.
According to the Big 12 Bylaws, the school would have to relinquish at least 90 % of its conference revenue payout to the Big 12.
Texas A&M is officially exiting the Big 12 and entering the SEC beginning on July 1st.
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