Texas A&M to the SEC: What This Fallen Domino Means to NCAA Alignment

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Texas A&M to the SEC: What This Fallen Domino Means to NCAA Alignment
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The college football landscape appears to be realigning again, and this time it is with one of the nation's elite conferences. According to multiple sources, Texas A&M will be heading to the SEC.

Reports have been swirling all week, especially with a meeting this week between the Big 12, SEC and various officials at the Texas House committee on Higher Education this Tuesday. The topic is plain and simple, realigning the Texas schools in college football.

This should come as no surprise with Nebraska and Colorado both bolting last summer. The conference has no TV deal, and at least for this year no conference title game, which earned millions in years past.

So what does this Texas A&M atom bomb mean if it is in fact true?

Who else is next to move?

Here are a few things to watch as this story stays hot, just three weeks before the 2011 campaign kicks off.

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