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  • The Texas A&M Aggies left the Big 12 and joined the Southeastern Conference in 2012, which led the Big 12 to invite TCU to join; TCU was previously in the Mountain West Conference.Texas-Wikipedia
  • It was announced in early 2012 that Conference USA was in talks with the Mountain West Conference about forming either a football alliance or conference merger in the future.Conference USA-Wikipedia
  • The breakaway group invited old-line WAC schools New Mexico and San Diego State and newcomer UNLV to join them in the new Mountain West Conference, which began competition in 1999.Western Athletic Conference-Wikipedia
  • The Utes left an expanded WAC with seven other schools in 1999 to form the new Mountain West Conference.Pac-12 Conference-Wikipedia
  • Until the 2011–12 season, they both played in the Mountain West Conference (MWC) of the NCAA's Division I and have played each other 100 times in football since 1896 (continuously since 1922).Salt Lake City-Wikipedia
  • Nineteen of these teams played mainly in the Mountain West Conference from its inception in 1999 until the school left that conference in 2011.Brigham Young University-Wikipedia

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