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Sport Daily Brews: Another Big 12 school rumored to have Big Ten links

13:00  28 november  2021
13:00  28 november  2021 Source:   sbnation.com

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If you are paying attention to the college sports world, it is growing increasingly likely that the Big 12 will dissipate rather quickly this week. Rumors came out the Oklahoma and Texas could scurry off to the SEC and with the top dogs out of the equation, panic has set in for other programs.

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Late last week, there was a report Kansas had a call with the Big Ten to see if there is room for them. Now, Oklahoma State enters the fold as another potential suitor.

Things are going to get really interesting really quick here, as there will be a mad dash for other Big 12 schools to find a home.

Maybe there is a chance they stick together as the Big 12 has apparently offered more shares of the revenue to Oklahoma and Texas to try and entice them to stay. But that seems like a Band-Aid fix to a hole in a dam right now.

It will be interesting to see how the Big Ten divisions for football will change (or how much they will change) with potentially adding both Oklahoma State and Kansas. The Cowboys are usually a good team, while Kansas has been a bottom feeder for quite some time. It will be a boon for the Big Ten to add both for basketball as well with Kansas being one of the blue blood programs in the country. Oklahoma State also boasts the potential No. 1 pick in the NBA Draft, Cade Cunningham. With another solid class of transfers coming in, the Cowboys are starting to make a name for themselves on the court, too.

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