September 15, 2011
Coleman Dealing With Realignment Concerns
As conference realignment took to the forefront of the college sports world the last two months one thing that has been certain is the fact that Oklahoma would be a power play for any conference interested in expanding.
Obviously, the Sooners seven national titles and 43 conference championships hadn't been ignored offering the Oklahoma program a rock sturdy spot atop the college football world while also offering comfort to Sooner fans in knowing that they would not be left out in the cold when the door of conference realignment finally gets slammed shut.
Baylor- on the other hand- isn't quite so sure just where they will land. And it seems that many college prospects are starting to take notice of college football's musical chairs. The revolving situation could ultimately cost the Bears the services of four-star Richardson (Texas) Pearce wide receiver Corey Coleman- who has decided to make an official visit to Okahoma on Nov. 4 when the Sooners take on (ironically, the starter of all this realignment trouble) Texas A&M.
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