The Conference announced its 2013 schedule this afternoon, giving Missouri fans their first glimpse at the road the Tigers face in their second SEC season.
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.
Tigers take down #16 Aggies in College Station, Texas.
In a statement, the Big 12 said its board of directors and Beebe reached a “mutual agreement” for Beebe to leave the job immediately.
With no solution in sight, the Big 12’s future is very bleak. Yet, the University of Missouri has tried to remain optimistic.
“We are being held hostage right now,” Texas A&M President R. Bowen Loftin said on Wednesday.
The Big 12 is being whittled into extinction. The Big East and the Atlantic Coast Conferences are twisting in uncertainty.
It was not immediately known which Big 12 school had raised the legal issues. The Big 12 did not return a message left seeking comment.
If Mizzou remains reactive it could hurt the school and the state by winding up as a part of a Non-BCS conference.