And why would they? I mean, I know it sounds harsh but it is not one schools job to make sure other schools are okay.
In 2020 USC was paid $33.6 million by the Pac 12. Purdue was paid $54.3 million by the Big 10. With the next media rights deals coming that annual gap will widen. Not to mention what the SEC schools are going to get with the addition of OU & TX. Pac 12 schools will not be fine in comparison with other Power 4 schools across the country.PAC teams will not be joining the B1G. I don't understand that. The PAC is fine out there by itself.
I still can't believe that this move is better for OU and Texas. But this proves that TO was correct in moving us to the B1G the last time this kind of rumor was circulating. With the pay for play now fully legal (or loopholed), it's bad news for college football. My long time prediction of an NFL Lite is becoming truer every day.
PAC teams will not be joining the B1G. I don't understand that. The PAC is fine out there by itself.
I don't get Texas and UO wanting to go to the SEC. However, the 4 division thing might make some sense, as the SEC is virtually guaranteed of getting four teams into a 12 team playoff every single year. It'll be a joke.
best in what way, exactly?
from where I'm sitting, the only thing the b1g is best at is overt, intentional and long-running sexual abuse of its student athletes.
It's funny to think how this all could have been avoided, if the Big 8 had just sided with Dr. Osborne and Nebraska.
warren better secure a football blue blood(s) in expansion.The B10 better grab the cy-clowns (condiment state). if they don't move quickly, the Ivy League may take them.
You know nothing, just like the pathetic people who pay to look at a message board and "journalists" who also know nothing.Pac schools are willing to break away and make a western pod in the Big Ten.
If you have a 247Sports subscription, you should go read the USC 247 site. We aren't making shit up in the hope and pray world.
Prestige comes from winning, something only 1 B1G school has done in the last 30 years.Prestige, money making and academics. The Big Ten members bring in so much research money combined that it makes college sports revenue look like a penny on the sidewalk.
Why? You wouldn’t want to be in a pod with Colorado, UCLA and USC😂..For all the talk of major conference realignment, I still think one of the likely scenarios is that after Texas and OU leave, the rest of the Big 12 stays together, and adds 2 of Cincinatti, UCF, Houston, and Memphis. The Big Ten isn't jumping to add Kansas and ISU. And the rest of the schools don't really fit in any other conference. I just hope the talk of a Big Ten megaconference with four PAC12 schools isn't true.