Report: Nebraska Agrees To Leave For Big Ten

According to Chip Brown of Orangebloods.com, the first domino in college football conference expansion has fallen.

"Nebraska regents have informally Nebraska regents have informally agreed to leave for the Big Ten," says Brown, with an official announcement set for Friday.

This comes after Tuesday's report from the World-Herald that the Huskers would indeed become the Big Ten's 12th team by the end of the week.

What would this mean for the Big 12? Back to Chip Brown:

Orangebloods.com: Several officials in the Big 12 South have said if Nebraska leaves the conference, the Big 12 is dead.less than a minute ago via TweetDeck

For all things Nebraska, visit Corn Nation, and for the latest updates to this story check back with this StoryStream.

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