Aggies Get Their SEC Invite

Aggie Websider Publisher
Posted Sep 6, 2011


At tonight's SEC Presidents Meeting, early word filtering out from Atlanta indicates that Texas A&M received the sufficient votes to gain an invitation to join the Southeastern Conference effective 7/1/2012.

At tonight's SEC Presidents Meeting, early word filtering out from Atlanta indicates that Texas A&M received the sufficient votes to gain an invitation to join the Southeastern Conference effective 7/1/2012.

Sources at Texas A&M have indicated that a press conference will likely take place tomorrow following tonight's vote. It is expected that President R. Bowen Loftin will accept the invitation at the press event.

In other news, details are sketchy but sources also indicate that the SEC presidents gave SEC Commissioner Mike Slive the authority to negotiate with both Missouri and West Virginia to possibly be the fourteenth conference member.

Aggie Websider is working to confirm this preliminary information leaked from tonight's meeting.


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