Under Mack Brown, the Longhorns have never lost to Mizzou and have outscored them by an average of 25.2 points.
Five of the country’s top seven teams in total offense are in the Big 12. Missouri makes it six of the top 12.
Texas athletic director DeLoss Dodds says Texas doesn’t want to share the money from its Longhorn Network, a 20-year, $300 million deal with ESPN.
“Conference stability has been our first goal and we look forward to achieving that goal through continued membership in the Big 12 Conference.”
The person, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said Monday there has been dialogue between athletic directors and high-level officials in the conference offices.
On Monday, the Texas A&M board regents authorized the school president to do whatever he wants on conference realignment.
Texas struck a 20-year, $300-million deal with ESPN for the network, a move that caused some to question whether Texas was gaining too much power.