DALLAS (105.3 THE FAN) — It’s a matchup that most college football fans are screaming for — Texas and Texas A&M could potentially reignite their historic rivalry this bowl season.
Unfortunately for the fans, the game might not happen — and the SEC could be to blame, according to Horns Digest’s Chip Brown.READ MORE: Texas Congressman Among House Members Suing Over Use Of Metal Detectors
Outside of an SEC team or two making the College Football Playoff, only the Sugar Bowl and Capital One Bowl are allowed to pick their SEC representatives.
“After that, the remaining six bowl games with SEC tie-ins, the SEC decides which teams go where. Those bowl games do not get to pick,” said Brown with the G-Bag Nation on 105.3 The Fan.