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UC regents approve UCLA's Big Ten move, include conditions

WESTWOOD, Calif. -- UCLA is officially heading to the Big Ten after receiving approval from the University of California regents on Wednesday, but the approval comes with a stipulation.

More than five months after the Bruins, alongside USC, announced their shocking intention to leave the Pac-12 for the Big Ten in 2024, the UC Board of Regents chair and UCOP president recommended allowing UCLA to continue its move to the Big Ten in a special meeting Wednesday on UCLA's campus. The Board of Regents approved the recommendation by a vote of 11-5.

As part of the board's decision, UCLA may have to provide a subsidy to the University of California, Berkeley in the range of $2 million to $10 million once a Pac-12 media deal is secured, depending on the amount of the deal.