Texas A&M and TCU both got what they wanted: To Play with the Big Kids

The entire landscape of College Football has been changed, as two Collegiate Texas Teams finally got what they wanted, to play with the big kids.  The TCU Horned-frogs, and the Texas A&M Aggies.   — TCU wanted a chance at seeing National Championship gold in the Big 12, College Football’s most prestigious prize, in one of College Football’s most popular/Dominant conferences.

— The Aggies come into the SEC with the same thought and wanting as the Horned Frogs, who entered the Big 12, but Texas A&M choose an even bigger one, they went deep.

— The Aggies went to the home of the last 6 National Champions in College Football,  A&M thinks that just because everyone else in the conference is winning BCS Championship Gold, they can to, well not so fast Aggies.

It may take a couple of years, but once that time-period of getting squashed passes, trust me there will be a time-period when some top recruits might go nuts over your program, just because of the idea that you get to play Collegiate Football in Texas, with a SEC team?

Factor that in, what do you have?

— I believe you have a team on the rise, with the potential to become something even bigger.

 

TCU wanted the chance against what they think is a bigger stage, with better teams in the Big 12.

 

Texas A&M, however thought they were bigger than that, as the saying goes:  ” The Grass is always greener on the other side, that’s certainty the case for this issue”.

 

At least both teams both got what they wanted.

Thgomas Brunt is an aspiring sports-journalist, follow his personal Twitter here: @SPORTSDUDE350, email here: thesportsguy.brunt2@gmail.com

 

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Author: Thomas Brunt

TCC Student. Aspiring Leader. Christ Follower.

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