They say that all good things must come to an end.
Yesterday proved that it was not that time for the Big 12.
Amidst all the rumors, reports, and speculation, the remaining 10 members of the Big 12 conference came together and decided that it was in their best interest to preserve what was left of their conference.
This decision came after commissioner Dan Beebe proposed a new deal, consisting of new TV contracts and the ability for schools to own their own TV networks.
So, the Big 12 has been saved, but there are still many questions about what the conference will look like in the future and other specifics.
Here are 12 questions that explain a bit more about what this revamped version of the conference will be about.