The Pac-12 convention goes to lose USC and UCLA to the Large Ten in 2024. With large media rights offers at stake and the ever-growing chance of “super-conferences” looming, there is a good likelihood the Large Ten is not executed poaching colleges. The Large 12 can be a participant to steal some colleges as effectively.
That is all based on a report from Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports activities, who’s saying that the Large Ten continues to be pursuing California, Oregon, Stanford and Washington.
If the Large Ten is ready to carry these 4 colleges over, Dodd is reporting that “it will nearly definitely improve the probability the Large 12 is ready to get some mixture of Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado and Utah from the Pac-12, thus crushing the Pac-12 and hanging Oregon State and Washington State out to dry.”
“If that [Big Ten move] occurs, I believe the opposite [four Pac-12] colleges will wish to leap to our league,” a Large 12 supply advised Dodd.
Per Dodd, higher-ups within the Large Ten together with faculty presidents and athletic administrators are evaluating whether or not persevering with to broaden might be viable financially. With the SEC poised to herald Texas and Oklahoma over the subsequent few seasons, there’s not a lot cause to recommend that persevering with to broaden would not be the correct transfer for the Large Ten — or the Large 12 for that matter.
And what of the destiny of the “leftovers” within the Pac 12?
“Business chatter has Oregon State and Washington State transferring to the Mountain West if the Pac-12 collapses,” Dodd reported. “At that time, the MWC would exchange the Pac-12 as the most important FBS convention utterly situated within the Mountain and Pacific Time Zones.”
With all this in thoughts, it is easy to foretell that the NCAA panorama is nearly sure to vary much more over the subsequent few years.