The Sooners’ AD said Tuesday that an equitable and expedient schedule rotation is a must, and that both OU and Texas have been involved in the decision-making process.
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NORMAN — Although he approaches the future with a reserved pragmatism, Joe Castiglione isn’t afraid to ponder what lies ahead.
What lies ahead for Oklahoma is membership in the Southeastern Conference — and that’s about all that’s known right now.
Will the SEC favor an eight-game conference football schedule, or nine? Will schools retain just one permanent rival, or three?
“They have to happen,” the Sooners’ athletic director said Tuesday after the OU Board of Regents meeting. “I don’t think we want to walk into the new conference and not see the University of Texas every year.” Click here to read more.