The conferences' decision to block a 12-team, six-automatic-bid CFP proposal back in January may be one of the most ill-advised in the history of college athletics.
While it makes sense for the Big Ten to try to lure Notre Dame or add more Pac-12 schools, the conference doesn't need it now that it has L.A. locked down.
UCLA and USC will leave the league for the Big Ten in 2024, and the Pac-12 issued a statement on Friday.
With the two L.A. schools joining the Big Ten, it's likely there's much more realignment to follow. Will Notre Dame join the party?