BRYAN, TX - The Texas A&M to Southeastern Conference rumors are heating up today. KBTX Sports has learned the SEC Presidents are scheduled to meet and vote today on whether to invite Texas A&M to the conference. There are many other outlets reporting this same story as well.
If the SEC does invite Texas A&M it is expected the Aggies would accept the invitation. When asked by KBTX if Texas A&M has applied for membership to the SEC, University spokesman Jason Cook said "as indicated last week I will not disclose our specific steps."
SEC officials have told KBTX today that they had not been told about the league receiving an application for Texas A&M.
On August 31 the university notified the Big 12 Conference that the institution will submit an application to join another athletic conference. Should this application be accepted, Texas A&M will end its membership in the Big 12 Conference effective June 30, 2012
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