On Thursday, Nebraska officials denied reports that they were joining the Big Ten with a lengthy explanation of why the reports weren't true.
And of course on Friday Nebraska joined the Big Ten, according to the Omaha World-Herald. The Herald reports the Nebraska regents are still in a closed-door meeting but the verdict is in: They're Big Ten bound.
This is what we thought would happen. Colorado was the first domino to fall in the Big 12 but Nebraska is the biggest. Their departure means, according to reports, that at least four members of the Big 12 South -- Texas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State -- will likely accept an invitation to join the Pac 10.
This would essentially kill the Big 12 leaving the following schools without a conference: Baylor, Kansas, Kansas State, Missouri and Iowa State.
Reports have indicated the Jayhawks may have an outside shot at an invitation to the Pac 10. Other reports are still keeping the door open for Mizzou to the Big Ten.
Everyone else? Yeah, they're in trouble.