ST. LOUIS (AP) - University of Missouri curators voted Tuesday
to consider leaving the troubled Big 12 for another conference.
The governing board's members agreed unanimously after a 4-hour
closed meeting at the system's St. Louis campus to give Missouri
chancellor Brady Deaton authority to look elsewhere.
Speculation has centered on a possible Missouri move to the
Southeastern Conference, which recently agreed to accept Texas A&M
from the Big 12 starting next year The Big 12 has also lost
Nebraska and Colorado to other major conferences.
Missouri has been a Big 12 member since the conference began 15
years ago and was a charter member of the Big Eight, the Big 12's
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