Anyone else see this happening? I think it could easily come to fruition in the creation of a new super-conference. Since the SEC moved to 12 teams, there has been a gentlemen's agreement between the member institutions that would give veto power to any one member. In particular, Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina would all vote in-step to keep FSU, Georgia Tech, and Clemson out of the SEC if the opportunity ever presented itself. Now, it seems that gentlemen's agreement has been broken with the members not backing Texas A&M. This will have consequences going forward... I can easily see FSU chasing the SEC money and asking to be let in. Am I the only one who sees this as not just a possibility, but something that will most likely happen? Sure, staying in the ACC would guarantee an easier schedule for FSU, but ultimately money talks. With the ACC falling apart, Clemson would likely join them. Get ready for the 18-team Southeastern Conference.