Oregon is “way on board” with the future of the Pac-12, according to a report.

That’s per Pac-12 insider John Canzano, who said Friday that the Ducks are committed to staying in the conference. That news comes amidst reports that Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado and Utah have been speaking with the Big 12.

Canzano reports that the Pac-12 is interested in adding as many as 4 new programs in expansion. SMU and San Diego State are expected to be primary targets, per Canzano.

Oregon is fully on board with the Pac-12’s plan, it seems. Here’s an excerpt of Canzano’s report:

The University of Oregon is “way on board” with its commitment to the Pac-12, per a source with knowledge. That makes sense to me. The Big Ten isn’t offering membership. The Big 12 makes zero sense for UO. The Ducks primary objective is to make the College Football Playoff and, frankly, winning an automatic berth is easier in the Pac-12.

It’s unclear if Oregon’s plans would change should the Big Ten decide to offer membership at some point in the future. The Big Ten is set to add USC and UCLA beginning in 2024.

Oregon is expected to contend for a College Football Playoff berth in 2023. Quarterback Bo Nix is set to return along with several other key players.

Oregon is coming off of a successful 1st season for Dan Lanning at the helm. The Ducks have won 10 games in back-to-back seasons for the 1st time since 2013-14.