Why Texas and Oklahoma could compete with SEC teams | First Take

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Why Texas and Oklahoma could compete with SEC teams | First Take

Freddie Coleman, Sam Acho, and Booger McFarland debate whether Texas and Oklahoma would be able to compete with teams in the SEC if they leave the Big 12.

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