Urban Meyer addressed how loyalty in college football seems to be out the window. Just ask former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer. Meyer responded to a question on conference realignment involving USC and UCLA, who are expected to join the B1G after years in the Pac-12 conference (Via On3 Sports).

“Yeah can you imagine that? There was a time where USC was on the pinnacle of college football,” said Meyer. “Pete Carroll and I’ll go back further than that, there was the Larry Smith ever were they won the Rose bowl over and over again and way before that you had Terry Donahue at UCLA, the Pac-12 was strong.”

The Trojans and Bruins are set to join the B1G for the 2024 season. USC was picked 14th in this year’s AP Top 25 preseason poll. Along with UCLA, the Pac-12 will shortly be without its Los Angeles market.

Will the conference be able to recover?

“Washington won a championship.” Arizona State was always tough, Cal was tough, and then obviously Oregon had an incredible run. So I don’t know what the future holds, that was a little shocking, but you know there is no loyalty. Money makes the world go round and right now that’s what’s driving all these decisions,” Meyer said.