As of July 1, 2012, Texas A&M and Missouri are officially members of the Southeastern Conference. The change brings a few spoils for these programs: more money, more prestige, better football, etc. The SEC improves as well, taking advantage a new key markets in Texas and Missouri. High fives all around. But with the new conference affiliation, the SEC must accept all characteristics of their newest members, shortcomings and all.
Texas A&M wasted no time displaying what Big XII members have experienced for years, and have been politely describing as their “quirkiness.”
Seriously, this is painful. Just watch: