If there’s a group of people more upset about the possible departure of Oklahoma and Texas from the Big 12 to the SEC than Texas A&M, it’s Oklahoma State.

Oklahoma State President Kayse Shrum unleashed a statement to speak for all of Cowboy Nation when she tweeted his reaction to the news that his school’s in-state rival would be leaving without communicating.

“We are disappointed by the lack of engagement and transparency from our colleagues at OU over the past months on a matter with serious ramifications for our state,” she wrote. “We have historically worked together to advance our state and address issues based on a partnership built on trust.”

Oklahoma State is one of the schools that might need to scramble to find a new home, or help re-make the Big 12 as long as this pending move goes through, and the Big 12 loses its premier programs.

If this goes through, in the coming weeks, reports suggest that it would be a two-step process. First, the schools would need to exit the Big 12, and then formally be invited to join the SEC.

It’s been now widely reported that Texas and Oklahoma have discussed a move to the SEC with officials from the best conference in the country, but no formal invitation has been extended nor have the schools officially informed the Big 12 they intend to leave.