Texas and Texas A&M announced on Friday afternoon that they'll continue to play the Lone Star Showdown on Thanksgiving night, ending talk of a move to the now-vacated weekend usually reserved for the Big 12 championship.
Texas, however, will now play Baylor on Dec. 3, the first regular-season game in December for the Longhorns since 1995.
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State will also play on Dec. 3, making the long-rumored move a reality.
So while Texas and Texas A&M get to keep one tradition -- playing on Thanksgiving -- they end another. Texas' regular season no longer concludes with the rivalry game against the Aggies.
Barring a later announcement, however, Texas A&M's season will end with the rivalry game against the Longhorns.
So, to summarize:
Thursday, Nov. 24
Texas at Texas A&M, 8 p.m. ET, ESPN.
Saturday, Dec. 3
Oklahoma at Oklahoma State, 3:30 or 8 p.m. ET, ABC/ESPN
Baylor at Texas, 3:30 or 8 p.m. ET, ABC/ESPN
Those should be a pair of pretty good games to give the Big 12 a presence on college football's championship weekend, but what say you, Texas and Texas A&M fans?
What do you think of the compromise? Send your thoughts to my mailbag and I may run a few next week.