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Five years in, what do SEC fans think about Missouri and Texas A&M?

We got a mixed bag of responses here.

Missouri v Texas A&M Photo by Thomas B. Shea/Getty Images

On July 1, 2012, the SEC officially welcomed the Missouri Tigers and Texas A&M Aggies to the conference from the Big 12.

In the five years since, both teams have seen their share of successes in the conference, which are highlighted in the videos below.

But what do fans of the conference think of the two? We posed the question on our Twitter account this afternoon.

You can check out some of the responses we got right here!

The overwhelming indifference/despising of Mizzou is kind of weird. I mean, they’ve been to Atlanta twice! That’s pretty good. While Missouri, as a state, is far more midwest than south, Mizzou’s a perfectly fine SEC fit. I also went to Mizzou for the final year of the Big 12 and, thus, the transition to the SEC. It takes time to fit in to a new conference, especially one with the heritage of the SEC, but Mizzou will be fine.