More realignment is reportedly on the way at the highest levels of college football.

According to college football and Pac-12 insider Jon Wilner, USC and UCLA are planning to leave for the Big Ten. The move could come as soon as 2024, per Wilner’s report.

He also notes that the decision has not yet been finalized.

The report has since been confirmed by Sports Illustrated and The Athletic.

This would obviously be a seismic shift in the college football landscape. Both USC and UCLA have been in the Pac-12 (originally the Pac-8) since 1968.

The move comes a little less than 1 year since Oklahoma and Texas’ move to the SEC was first reported. The Sooners and Longhorns will move to the SEC no later than 2025.

The ACC is seemingly less-vulnerable to conference realignment due to its grant of rights agreement, which runs through 2036. If any university decided to leave the ACC before that deal ends, the exit fee would be prohibitively expensive. For context, the Big 12’s Grant of Rights agreement expires in 2025.

USC and UCLA have not publicly commented on this matter as of publication.