By now every college football fan in the country has been overwhelmed with conference realignment talk and speculation.
When Colorado joined the Pac-10, the speculation shifted gears though, and the dominoes will begin falling into place in a matter of time.
Nebraska is expected to announce their intent to accept a bid to join the Big Ten; which will in essence signal the end of the Big 12. If Nebraska moves, Texas, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, and Oklahoma State are all going to jump ship for the Pac-10.
Even if Nebraska doesn't leave the conference, Texas and Oklahoma are still believed to be seriously considering a move.
Missouri might follow Nebraska and the entire Big East is on the fringe of jumping ship.
College football as we know it is coming to an end, but with new beginnings come new possibilities. Those possibilities range from lucrative television contracts to new television networks, the dissolution of conferences and the expansion of practically everyone else.
Recruiting, like everything else, will see significant shifts from its current makeup.
So how will traditional rivalries be effected?
How will recruiting over the next year or two change?
We've got the answers to some of the big recruiting questions moving forward when it comes to conference realignment's ever growing effect