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Oregon, Washington To Join Big Ten

Oregon and Washington are leaving the Pac-12 for the Big Ten in a move that could collapse the Pac-12 altogether. The programs, both charter members of the Pac-12 dating back to 1915, informed Pac-12 presidents Friday that they plan to accept an invitation from the Big Ten once extended, according to Yahoo Sports.  

Oregon and Washington would join USC and UCLA as former Pac-12 schools joining the Big Ten ahead of the 2024-25 season. The Big Ten would then stand as an 18-team conference, the largest in college football history. 

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