By now, just about every Big 12 school has come out and expressed an opinion on the reported $40 million that Nebraska and Colorado will supposedly owe when they leave the Big 12.
Big 12 Commissioner Dan Beebe Insinuated that Missouri, Kansas, Kansas State, Iowa State and Baylor would give up their portion of the buyout money to keep Texas, Texas A&M and Oklahoma in the Big 12.
Texas Tech and Oklahoma State reportedly weren't pleased with the development.
Now, Chip Brown of Orangebloods.com reports that the Big 12 ADs met for hours regarding the status of the buyout money.
Nebraska and Colorado weren't present which, on the surface, would imply they're not part of it. Who knows, maybe they are, but the fact that we've got the Big 12 Commish indicating that money will be paid and Nebraska saying they're not going to pay probably isn't a good sign for things moving forward.