Yesterday afternoon, Aggieyell.com (h/t CBS Sports) reported that the Aggies have accepted a deal to move to the Southeast Conference.
While nothing official has been announced, Aggieyell.com reported this as a done deal, with an announcement coming no earlier than August 22, when the Board of Regents meets.
If this move happens, the dominoes are about to fall. What happens to the Big XII? Who else goes to the SEC?
Is the ACC or Big East next on the implosion chart, or are those schools already positioning themselves to survive the second salvo in the Conference World War?
Will the Pac-12 react and grab Boise State or BYU?
Does the Mountain West go after the northern Big 12 schools?
So, the rumors of Texas A&M now appear to be a prelude to war for College Football.
Now, if A&M leaves, what will happen?