It’s official the B1G, PAC-12 and ACC have created an alliance for the future in college athletics.

College athletics have changed in a hurry this summer from thanks to name, image and likeness changes, the new transfer rules and Texas and Oklahoma leaving the Big 12 for the SEC. It’s certainly been eventful.

The ACC, B1G and PAC-12 commissioners all talked about the unprecedented waters college athletics is in during a press conference on Tuesday. The presser was called to discus the new alliance between the three leagues.

B1G Commissioner Kevin Warren had this to say about the current state of college athletics and the alliance:

ACC Commissioner Jim Phillips and PAC-12 Commissioner George Kliavkoff added this:

Although all three conferences have decided to form an alliance, no signed document confirmed the alliance more of a gentlemen’s agreement:

There is no timetable into when this alliance between the three conferences would begin:

Here is the rest of what all three commissioners said during today’s press conference: