KC Star: Missouri receives invitation from the SEC and leaks it to the press.
According to Kirk Bohls and Alan Trubow of the Austin American-Statesman, if the Big 12 does in fact implode, Texas would decide between pushing for membership in the Pac-12 or Atlantic Coast Conference.
According to an ESPN report, the Big East has reached out to the Big 12 schools that could be left behind if the conference were to lose two members (Oklahoma and Oklahoma State) or four (the Oklahoma schools, Texas and Texas Tech), the source said.
According to an Orangebloods.com source close to the situation, the ACC, which is trying to fend off a potential raid by the Southeastern Conference (Virginia Tech continues to be mentioned by sources as an SEC target), would possibly look to add Texas, Syracuse, Connecticut and Rutgers to grow to 16.
Moreover, in announcing their intentions to leave the "Big 12" by next summer, they've also ceded custody of the children to Texas. In their haste to get as far away from the Longhorns as...