Missouri, A&M To Pay $12 Million To Leave Big 12

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

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February 28, 2012

Texas A&M and Missouri have agreed to pay $12.4 million each to leave the Big 12 and join the Southeastern Conference in July.

The league announced the agreements Tuesday.

Texas A&M will receive unspecified benefits from the Big 12's
new television contract with Fox Sports and "certain other
concessions." However, Missouri waived any claims to revenue from
the TV deal, which takes effect in July, and agreed to pay the Big
12 another $500,000 to cover officiating expenses for 2011-12.

The Big 12 is adding TCU and West Virginia next season. The
Mountaineers and the Big East settled competing lawsuits earlier
this month, with the Big East receiving $20 million from the school
and the Big 12 for West Virginia to join the Big 12 next football
season.


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