Report: USC, UCLA planning transfer from PAC-12 to Massive Ten in 2024


PAC-12 powerhouses in College of Southern California and College of California, Los Angeles are each reportedly on the transfer, leaving to affix the Massive Ten. First reported by PAC-12 reporter Jon Wilner, the deal has not been finalized and is in phases of negotiation, although new reviews point out that the finalization could also be introduced by Friday. 
Supply: USC and UCLA are planning to go away for the Massive Ten as early as 2024. Transfer *has not been finalized* on the highest ranges of energy.— Jon Wilner (@wilnerhotline) June 30, 2022

It might be the primary transfer for the convention since 2010 when College of Utah and College of Boulder, Colorado accepted invites to affix in 2011 and 2012, respectively. USC joined the convention 100 years in the past in 1922, when it was referred to as the Pacific Coast Convention. UCLA joined shortly after in 1928. Within the historical past of the PAC, the Trojans are far and away the winningest member, securing 39 convention titles and 6 nationwide championships in that century span, most just lately in 2004.The Bruins then again have received 17 convention titles and one nationwide championship in 1954.

The Massive Ten is the oldest acknowledged convention in faculty soccer, with present members together with College of Michigan, Ohio State College, Pennsylvania State College and College of Wisconsin amongst others. Including USC and UCLA would convey the convention to 16 groups, identical because the Southeastern Convention (SEC) after their transfer with College of Oklahoma and College of Texas is accomplished in 2025. 


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