Oregon and Washington, which have been reported to have interest in the B1G for several days, and were reportedly vetted by the conference a year ago when Southern Cal and UCLA joined, have made a decision.

Oregon and Washington will become the latest schools to join the conference from the Pac-12 starting in 2024, Brett McMurphy of Action Network reported. The departure of the Ducks and Huskies increases the number of schools leaving the Pac-12 in the past 13 months to 5 (UO, UW, Colorado, USC and UCLA) and could be the fatal blow to the Pac-12.

There were multiple meetings Friday morning in the B1G and Pac-12, as leaders weighed expansion and a media rights deal from Apple.

Earlier reports suggested the Midwest conference would also consider Cal and Stanford, and possibly ACC schools. Oregon and Washington will not immediately receive full shares in the B1G’s new media rights deal with FOX, CBS and NBC but will still make more than they would have by remaining in the Pac-12, McMurphy reported.

A vote by the conference — which is expected to be unanimous — would take place Friday to formalize the two schools’ admission, barring any last-minute snags, ESPN reported.