I keep scratching my head over this whole super conference meme. The larger BCS conferences have no external reason to roll the dice on an unproven setup. Oklahoma is out there trying to bring 4 schools to the PAC-12: Oklahoma, Texas, Texas Tech, and Oklahoma State. The PAC-12 officially told them, "Oh hell no!" and Texas is a big reason for that.
The PAC-12 just set up a sweet revenue-sharing TV deal with Fox. Texas on the other hand recently set up its own network with ESPN that it doesn't share with anyone. The PAC-12 isn't so hard up for new schools that it's willing to take in a member unwilling to share a piece of their pie. And quite frankly Texas is better off right where they are. With Nebraska already gone and A&M with a foot out the door, the winner of the Texas vs. Oklahoma game is basically guaranteed a BCS Bowl.
The problem is that Oklahoma may not be better off right now. They want changes in order to remain in the Big 12. But I'm not sure if their treat has teeth. The political reality is that Oklahoma State and Oklahoma are tied at the conference hip. Who will take both? The PAC-12 is apparently out. I don't think the SEC would take them. That would put them at 15 assuming A&M comes along as expected. The ACC might but Oklahoma would likely be better off staying put than joining the ACC.
It's an interesting situation, but I think the current best solution is for Oklahoma to drop their new-conference fever, work for change in the Big 12, and if things don't improve get out before they take over the role of Texas' Jan Brady from the soon-to-be-departing Aggies.