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Full coverage: USC, UCLA leaving Pac-12 to join Big Ten

UCLA guard Jaime Jaquez Jr., right, tries to work past USC forward Isaiah Mobley during a game on March 5.
UCLA guard Jaime Jaquez Jr., right, tries to work past USC forward Isaiah Mobley during a game on March 5. USC and UCLA announced Thursday they are joining the Big Ten.
(Mark J. Terrill / Associated Press)

USC and UCLA are leaving the Pac-12 for the Big Ten Conference in 2024, the two schools announced, in a stunning move that transforms the college sports landscape.

Here’s our coverage:

What does the Pac-12 commissioner think about USC and UCLA leaving the conference for the Big Ten?

UCLA and USC joining the Big Ten is opening up new recruiting opportunities for all members of the supersized conference.

Commissioner Kevin Warren opens Big Ten media days by fielding questions about adding USC and UCLA to the conference — and what’s next.

Here’s a comparison of recent Pac-12 and Big Ten revenue, illustrating what USC and UCLA will receive by switching conferences.

The University of California will scrutinize UCLA’s Pac-12 exit and issue a public report on the impact on student-athletes and financial fallout on UC Berkeley and other campuses, following Gov. Gavin Newsom’s demands for clarity.

California Gov. Newsom wants UCLA to explain how its Pac-12 exit will benefit all student-athletes and honor its partnership with UC Berkeley, now bracing for a big financial hit.

During a call with Pac-12 university presidents and athletic directors last year, USC President Carol Folt ‘shut down’ potential expansion plans.

UCLA football is on the clock and under pressure to do something ahead of its move to the Big Ten. With a soft schedule, a 10-win season is a must.

Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren talked about additions of USC and UCLA, and what the future might hold for the conference during media days Tuesday.

Former commissioner Larry Scott’s media and TV deals couldn’t reach the success of rival conferences, depriving the Pac-12 of millions in revenue.

In the rapid-changing world of college football, Pac-12 Commissioner George Kliavkoff is now tasked with saving a conference in danger of folding.

What should UCLA and USC athletes and fans expect in the Big Ten? Here’s everything you need to know but were afraid to ask.

The college football landscape saw a dramatic shift when it was announced USC and UCLA would join the Big Ten. Here’s what to expect moving forward.

UCLA, saddled with $102.8 million in athletic debt, wasn’t sure it could keep fielding all sports before the moving from the Pac-12 to the Big Ten.

This is the fourth time the USC athletic director has pushed a school to join a new conference, acting swiftly to avoid getting left behind.

With players being paid, universities have to follow the money, and UCLA and USC are making a smart move by leaving the Pac-12 for the Big Ten Conference.

USC and UCLA are leaving the Pac-12 for the Big Ten, a shift that will move college football’s ‘Power Five’ closer to a ‘Power Two.’

Former commissioner Larry Scott’s media and TV deals couldn’t reach the success of rival conferences, depriving the Pac-12 of millions in revenue.

USC and UCLA’s decision to join the Big Ten in 2024 will make a significant impact in the college sports world. Here’s a breakdown of what the move means.

The financial boon awaiting UCLA with the Big Ten, coupled with its athletes playing on a more visible stage, spurred the decision to leave the Pac-12.

Local high school recruits react with shock to UCLA and USC leaving the Pac-12 for the Big Ten.

USC and UCLA athletes better get used to the idea of spending a lot of time outside California once the schools make the jump to the Big Ten.

Softball and gymnastics should thrive, but other USC and UCLA Olympic sports will face more formidable challenges after moving to the Big Ten.

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