On Wednesday, college football received some major news when it was reported that Texas and Oklahoma have expressed interest in joining the SEC. Immediately, Texas A&M and its fan base balked at the idea, and the Longhorns decided to troll them one day later.

Texas and Texas A&M haven't met on the gridiron since the latter joined the SEC in 2012. The last time they did play one another, back in 2011, the Longhorns won in dramatic fashion with a game-winning kick by Justin Tucker as the clock hit zero.

The social media team at Texas decided to remind Texas A&M of that on Thursday afternoon. The official Longhorns football Twitter account posted a video of Tucker's game-winning kick against the Aggies in 2011.

After the news of potential realignment broke, Texas A&M athletic director Ross Bjork joined 'The Paul Finebaum Show' and gave his opinion on the matter. Bjork, as it turns out, wasn't too thrilled at the thought of Texas joining the Aggies in the country's premier football conference.

"We love being the only school in the state of Texas in the SEC...we're going to maintain that position, but we're also going to make sure that we're a leader in college athletics and we'll see what the future holds," Bjork told Finebaum.

Bjork repeated what A&M administrators and fans said long before he got to College Station. The move that the Aggies made from the Big 12 to the SEC was about offering something different relative to the other athletic programs in the state.

The SEC has been a perfect fit for us, noted Bjork. We want to maintain that same identity. Perhaps theres a reason that Texas and Oklahoma are looking around...if thats the case.