Some leagues are bracing for the newly expanded SEC with Texas and Oklahoma expected to be in tow in the coming years.

One of them is the Pac-12 and new commissioner George Kliavkoff, who spoke with Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports about how the SEC’s expansion will impact the proposed 12-team player in years to come.

“It’s certainly going to be readdressed,” Kliavkoff said. “Remember that was a two-year process done by four people. The proposal is good, but it’s not done. We’ve mis-set fans’ expectations that it’s going to move on a very fast timeline.”

Two sources told Dodd that the ramifications of the larger SEC are wide ranging.

“With 12 teams, we could just be watching a lot of SEC teams in the 12-team playoff,” a highly-placed Power Five source told CBS Sports.

One Power Five AD added: “Why on God’s green Earth would the Pac-12 and Big Ten hand over these (playoff) rights, which only strengthens the SEC?”

To others, it’s about sharing the financial pie.

A second Power Five AD agreed: “I don’t care if there are 10 SEC teams in; we just can’t make that a bonanza (every) year for them. You can’t strangle everybody else financially.”