A move that would change the landscape of college sports is in the works for 2024.
- According to reports, USC and UCLA plan to leave the Pac-12 and join the Big Ten, possibly in time for the 2024 athletic year.
- It would be the biggest conference shakeup since Texas and Oklahoma chose to leave the Big 12 for the SEC last year - which doesn't go into effect until 2025.
- If it happens, the Big Ten would include 16 schools stretching from New Jersey to California.
- What would this mean for college sports? Are we headed to a world with just a small handful of power conferences?