Auburn football’s all-time record against new SEC members Texas and Oklahoma

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Auburn football fans are going to have to program their minds into seeing burnt orange shaded bull horns and adding “OU” to their lexicon of Crimson letters associated with the enemy.

It’s all but official that the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners are going to make their way to the SEC in the coming weeks in a move that will rock the college football world to its core…especially in the south.

The SEC has long been the most dominant conference in Division I FBS football but adding the 6x defending Big 12 champions (OU) and their biggest rival (some see the Red River Showdown as the sport’s most intense) is going to make it just about impossible for other conferences to compete.

With the addition of OU, the SEC now has over 1/3rds of the teams that have ever made it to the College Football Playoff. That sort of lack of parity is most certainly going to force the Big 12, Pac-12, Big Ten, and ACC to (quickly) come up with a plan to stay relevant.

But enough about the rest of the country. College football is almost exclusively centered around Auburn football’s conference, and there could be two major additions to the SEC West (assuming there isn’t any radical realignment) that could give the Tigers massive annual marquee matchups with two of college football’s most notable names.

Fly War Eagle has decided to look into Auburn football’s history with the two programs and explore head-to-head records against their two newest interconference rivals:

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