When Texas and Oklahoma vowed to move to the SEC, we thought it would open up some major changes. Well, the other cleat may be dropping soon.
CBS Sports reports: "Pac-12 powerhouses USC and UCLA are involved in discussions to leave the conference for the Big Ten as early as the 2024 athletic season, sources tell CBS Sports' Matt Norlander. Though the move is not yet final and still in the discussion stages, it appears as if the Big Ten is aiming to make a significant acquisition that will change the college sports landscape." A Pac-12 source tells the writer, "Everything is on the table."
This is the most volatile college sports has been in my lifetime. Who will join the PAC-12? Will the Big Ten go to the pod system like the ACC has announced?