The Big 12 has already had scheduling discussions about a 14-team model for 23-24 and 24-25 with Texas and Oklahoma still in the league plus the additions of Houston, Cincinnati, UCF, and BYU, according to multiple sources.
There is a possibility that there will be 14 teams in the Big 12 during the 2023 and ’24 seasons. Conference officials will be meeting next week to discuss how a larger team pool could work, examining all possibilities including divisions and whether there should be eight or nine league games.
In fact, the main topic during Big 12 meetings next week will be structuring a 14-team football league: divisions or no divisions? Eight league games or 9? UCF, BYU, Houston & Cincinnati will be in the league with Texas & OU for at least one season (2023) and maybe two (2024).