The Big Ten would have operated from a ‘position of strength’ adding USC and UCLA via conference expansion, and now college football’s second mega-league will step up for the future after that the Trojans and the Bruins will have been accepted as new members., from 2024, earlier this week. For most current Big Ten teams, the addition of the Trojans and Bruins will make the schedule considerably tougher when looking at all-time records involving the schools.
Former Ohio State coach and current college football analyst Urban Meyer reacted this week saying the USC and UCLA decision opens the floodgates to the ever-changing football landscape. nationwide university as we know it.
“I’ve seen a realignment of the conference like we’ve all done over the years,” Meyer said this week on Big Ten Network. “And quite honestly, it didn’t make much sense where this school was going to jump into this conference and there’s not really a rivalry there. There is no basis for recruitment. But this one makes sense to me. I heard about this some time ago. I was like, ‘Wow.’ I started scratching my head and said, ‘Can they really do that?’ »
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Here’s a look at USC and UCLA’s all-time records compared to current Big Ten competition.