Major College Football Rivalry Is Ending Because Of Conference Realignment

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By Alek Arend Conference realignment is shaking up the college football world. Unfortunately, one major college football rivalry won’t be sticking around because of it. The Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State rivalry, which has been played 116 times in football, will no longer be an annual game. The rivalry will come to an end when the Sooners transition over from the Big 12 to SEC. Conference realignment is supposed to be a step forward for the sport. But this feels like one giant step back. Enjoy these last few years of the Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State rivalry because it won’t be around much longer. …

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