Even though we knew this was a good possibility it's still absolutely stunning news:
Chip Brown of Orangebloods.com reported on SportsCenter Wednesday evening that the death of the Big-12 is upon us. With Nebraska reportedly heading to the Big Ten, the "Texas AD and President gathered coaches at 2 p.m. to tell them they did all they could to save [Big-12] but were unsuccessful."
And with that news, Brown reports the following schools will join the Pac-10: Texas, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Colorado, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State.
This leaves out Kansas, Kansas State and Missouri (as well as Baylor and Iowa State).
This means the Big-12 is basically done. Over. Dead.
If Missouri can, they'll finagle an invite to the Big Ten since Notre Dame reportedly isn't taking an invitation.
If that's the case, Kansas and Kansas State will be without a major conference, which would put a major dent in the athletic programs at each school.