Lost amongst the Blackhawks is the historic shuffling going on in college football. We've touched on it here, even posting on the Nebraska move earlier today, but an even bigger Big 10 get is in the works. According to a report this afternoon from KCTV in Kansas City, it looks like the Texas Longhorns and Texas A&M are bidding the (soon to be defunct?) Big 12 and making for the Big 10 while Oklahoma is in talks to move to the SEC. With Oklahoma State reportedly heading towards the Pac-10, that would leave the Big 12 with Kansas, Kansas State University, Mizzou, Baylor, Texas Tech and Iowa State (Colorado defected to the Pac-10 earlier today).