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Sport Conference realignment rumors: Would Clemson and Florida State leave the ACC for the SEC?

10:35  28 november  2021
10:35  28 november  2021 Source:   fansided.com

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Conference expansion and realignment is back in college sports. Oklahoma and Texas are leaving the Big 12 where they were founding members in favor of the SEC and their TV money and revenue sharing that will trump what the Big 12 offered. The details are still left to be worked out with the While Florida State and Clemson would love to take the added revenue the SEC has with their TV deal with Disney/ESPN, they aren't going to be let out of the ACC , nor are they pursuing a leave . This is just rumor and wild speculation from fans and people on social media wondering if such a move is

The upcoming 2021 college football season could be the last time the SEC has only 14 teams. Recently, Oklahoma and Texas announced they will be leaving the Big 12 and requesting admission to the SEC . They were granted admission, and are now taking their former conference to court to try and leave as soon as possible-at the latest, the two programs would join after the 2025 season. © Provided by Roll Tide Wire. With OU and UT, the SEC stands at 16 total programs. Which sounds like a lot, until you hear that there could be two more to join the mix.

Now that Texas and Oklahoma are leaving the Big 12 for the SEC, some are wondering if Florida State and Clemson will be the next to join the conference.

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Conference expansion and realignment is back in college sports.

Oklahoma and Texas are leaving the Big 12 where they were founding members in favor of the SEC and their TV money and revenue sharing that will trump what the Big 12 offered.

The details are still left to be worked out with the move to the SEC, but it is expected to happen, possibly within a few weeks. However, now that this move is in the works, speculation has begun about an old rumor that Clemson and Florida State will look to join the SEC too.

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Conference expansion and realignment are back in college sports. Oklahoma and Texas are ditching the Big 12, where they were founding members, in favor of the SEC and their TV money and revenue share that will exceed what the Big 12 offered. While Florida State and Clemson would love to take the additional revenue the SEC has from its television deal with Disney / ESPN, they will not be allowed to leave the ACC , nor will they seek a license. This is just rumor and wild speculation from fans and people on social media wondering if such a move is the next domino to fall.

Clemson + Florida State have reached out to the SEC about joining the conference . The SEC is concerned that streaming numbers for Clemson + Florida State don't bring what Oklahoma + Texas do. Since the Houston Chronicle broke the story on Texas and Oklahoma reaching out to the SEC about a potential move to the conference two weeks ago, it set off a large amount of speculation and rumors about just how much could change in College Football once the Longhorns and Sooners leave the Big 12.

Are Clemson and Florida State going to join the SEC too?

The SEC would love to have Clemson and Florida State but it's not going to happen.

While Florida State and Clemson would love to take the added revenue the SEC has with their TV deal with Disney/ESPN, they aren't going to be let out of the ACC, nor are they pursuing a leave.

This is just rumor and wild speculation from fans and people on social media wondering if such a move is the next domino to fall.

Naturally, few on the outside would have seen Texas and Oklahoma leaving the Big 12 for the SEC just last week. That move came together quickly but reportedly was in the works for as long as six months. We just didn't know about it.

But rest assured, Clemson and Florida State aren't working the back channels to facilitate a move out of the ACC to the SEC or Big Ten or any other conference.

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