As many around the college football world know, USC and UCLA are both going to jump into the Big Ten as soon as 2024. Yes, because Cali teams flying to the Midwest every road game they play totally makes sense. This is most definitely a money grab to boost Big Ten network ratings. Other notable moves include Texas and Oklahoma to the SEC. My thoughts on the matter is that conferences are trying to produce more revenue from their conferences as well as the entire NCAA. That point is pretty self explanatory. However, there are two underlying thoughts that I have. First thought: Will this money go to the players for them to have some type of payment in their bank accounts? Second thought: will conference expansions encourage more of a structured playoff format? These are questions that could be very much more of a reality as a progressive NCAA is looking to finally cater to the hands of fans, coaches, and especially players who are hungry for change.