ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Tennessee's interim athletics director says that she is referring all questions about possible expansion of Southeastern Conference to the league's commissioner.
At the SEC's annual meeting of athletic directors, Tennessee's Joan Cronan said Thursday "I think all you're going to get from any of us is `no comment.' She says the ADs are deferring all questions about expansion to the commissioner.
Several other SEC athletic directors declined any comment.
Meetings conclude on Thursday. Reports continue to swirl this week about Texas A&M possibly becoming the SEC's 13th member.
Florida president and SEC president and chancellors committee chairman Bernie Machen said recently that though they are satisfied with their current alignment, future conditions may make it advantageous to expand.