http://www.chicagobreakingsports.com/2010/04/big-ten-reps-to-talk-expansion-in-dc-on-sunday.html Big 10 looks like they are accelerating their plans. June still looks like the period when we'll know anything definitive. I'm assuming this is at least partially driven by the Big 12's notification window, though I think if a Big 12 school is in the mix its Nebraska rather then Mizzou. I think Nebraska as a historic national power is a likelier target than a lot of people think, especially if only one Big 12 school is taken. If Nebraska leaves I would be shocked if we weren't on the phone to the Pac 10 shortly thereafter. It would be interesting for the Big 12 though because it would break the TX, TAMU, OK, NU super majority voting bloc that keeps the current revenue sharing deal in place unless TX could bully TT into voting their way. I doubt anybody we could add would favor the current revenue sharing agreement.