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Predicting where the rest of the Big 12 will go after Texas, Oklahoma go to the SEC

The unthinkable happened over this past week, as the two faces of the Big 12 — Texas and Oklahoma — are now expected to leave the conference for greener pastures.

The two schools have been laying the groundwork for the past six months to join the SEC, which per multiple reports by ESPN and Austin American-Statesman, Texas A&M was not aware of.

Realignment was bound to happen again, but no one was expecting it to happen this soon.

Not to mention, many assumed that the Big 12 would try to add two more teams to fill up the conference.

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Huntington Symphony Orchestra names executive director, CEO

Jul. 27—HSO celebrates 13 years of service from outdoing executive director Hogan Haas

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The Huntington Symphony Orchestra (HSO) Board of Directors unanimously voted to name the local professional violinist, award-winning music educator, administrator and community builder Ian Jessee as its next President and CEO, effective June 21, 2021.

“Ian Jessee’s vast experience as a performer, educator, and administrator — coupled with his entrepreneurial spirit and deep familiarity of the Huntington metro area — made him the perfect choice to lead the Huntington Symphony Orchestra into our next era,” shared Larry Tweel, HSO Board Chair. “We are so

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