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June 8, 2010 at 8:58 PM

Are the dominoes about to fall?

Could be if a report from the Omaha World-Herald tonight proves accurate.
The report says that Nebraska could be a member of the Big Ten as early as Friday.
A Nebraska move to the Big Ten is thought by many the possible tipping point in setting off a massive sea change in college sports. A Nebraska depature from the Big 12 could cause a mass exodous from that league, and could result in the so-called Pac-16, with the Pac-10 potentially ready to invite six Big 12 teams into its fold.
Regents at one of the schools the Pac-10 could be getting to invite, Colorado, met tonight. But as Bud Withers of our staff reports, that meeting ended with no clear resolution.
The Nebraska news, however, shows again that lots of things appear to be happening behind closed doors, and expansion may be a matter of only days and weeks instead of months and years.

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