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Are FSU and Texas A&M moving to the SEC?

Tallahassee : FL : USA | Aug 12, 2011 at 3:50 PM PDT
Source: Sun Sentinel
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All of a sudden, college football's hottest topic from a year ago has returned for an indeterminable spell, and once again Florida State has settled into its crosshairs. Just like last offseason, conference expansion talk is in vouge...Reports the last two days have indicated they are preparing to... FULL ARTICLE AT Sun Sentinel
 
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