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Topic - Texas House Committee On Higher Education
The Southeastern Conference is staying just as it is - for now.
A Texas legislator doesn't believe Texas A&M will leave the Big 12 to join the Southeastern Conference before a hearing in front of his committee Tuesday.
Southeastern Conference presidents will meet Sunday to discuss Texas A&M's admission to the league, The New York Times is reporting.
The Texas Legislature will hold a hearing next week on possible realignment of college conferences in the state.
The Texas A&M System board of regents has called a special meeting Monday that includes an agenda item about conference alignment. The session comes amid speculation that Texas A&M is leaving the Big 12 for the Southeastern Conference.