So, with Nebraska and Colorado both moving, and assuming that the Big 12 is done, what does that mean for this fall? Are all these changes immediate, and a whole new schedule is on the way for all these schools? Or is the Big 12 going to hang on for one final year, which would seem very strange and uncomfortable, but easier on the scheduling.
I don't understand all the dynamics, but it seems like there's going to be all kinds of rescheduling problems even once the conferences figure out what they want to do in terms of how many non-conference games you still get, such as: not having the space in your schedule to play someone like UConn because you're playing more in-conference games, having to add new out-of-conference opponents because who is now in-conference was before out-of-conference, and all the rippling repercussions of scheduling.
I haven't seen any of this talked about anywhere, and I did a quick check on the board to find it. My apologies if this was already mentioned somewhere.
Any thoughts on this? I guess the biggest question is whether these decisions are immediately effective. My impression is that they are.