It looks like there could eventually be a new conference coming to the FBS level of college football. A report from ESPN’s Pete Thamel is indicating that the change could be coming as early as 2024.

A total of nine members from both conferences have signed on for the move. The WAC’s Stephen F. Austin, Abilene Christian, Utah Tech, Southern Utah, and Tarleton State have agreed to it. Austin Peay, Eastern Kentucky, Central Arkansas, and North Alabama are the ASUN schools participating.

There will also be a new school joining the conference in 2025. UT Rio Grande Valley is going to be joining as the 10th team that year.

In order for the schools to join FBS there will have to be a two-year transition period. Here’s what a source said to Thamel about the potential move:

“We feel very confident in talking to NCAA officials that they’d support this,” a source said. “There’s no grounds for them to stand on to deny it.”