How soon can Texas and Oklahoma make the jump to the SEC? | First Take

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Sam Acho and Freddie Coleman are on First Take to explain what’s to come now that the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners made clear their intentions to join the SEC.

0:00 Sam Acho says that OU and Texas want to get to the SEC sooner rather than later.

1:00 Freddie Coleman says it could be 2024 or sooner for the move to happen.

2:20 What happens to the rest of the Big 12?

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