The “SEC Shorts” crew is back to talk about – what else – the possibility of Oklahoma and Texas joining the SEC.

In the latest video, posted Thursday, both teams are trying to enter the Southeastern Conference. Oklahoma breezes through “security” at the SEC offices after being told to ditch “binding TV rights contracts, unequal pay distribution models and 70s-era wishbone playbooks.”

Texas, on the other hand, runs into trouble with its noticeable “baggage.” Texas first has to give up the Longhorn Network with the officer informing Texas that “poorly-performing school-specific broadcast networks are strictly forbidden in the SEC.”

Texas then has to give up its “expectations of wielding Big 12 levels of domineering influence.”

It is then humorously revealed that Texas A&M is causing the security scanner to go off on Texas every time it walks through.