You should watch the University of Texas' controversial television network soon; it might not be around long if things continue to go way they're headed.

The Longhorn Network will not stop the school from a possible move out of the Big 12, reports say. Mainstream and social media have blown up this week with scuttlebutt about the University of Texas joining Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Texas Tech in a stunning move to what would be a Pac-16 super conference.

Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott is believed to be planning a trip to Stillwater for Thursday night's Oklahoma State vs. Arizona game.

Tim Griffin of the San Antonio Express-News reports the Texas television deal with ESPN has stipulations that would let the school walk away from the contract to join the new mega conference.

Should the Longhorns leave the Big 12, the Longhorn Network -- which just launched a few weeks ago -- would probably be moved into an overhauled regional network.

The school's 20-year, $300 million contract with ESPN upset Texas A&M so much that the school has plans to ditch the Big 12 altogether.

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