The Pac-12 is currently looking for a new media rights partner, which will be crucial to the league’s future.

After losing USC and UCLA to the Big Ten (which will take place after the 2023-24 athletic season concludes), the league and commissioner George Kliavkoff are also looking at potential expansion schools, including SMU and San Diego State.

But on Wednesday, The Action Network’s Brett McMurphy reported that the negotiations for a new media rights partner took a big blow. Per McMurphy, CBS and Turner are no longer involved in the bidding for the league’s new rights deal:

The Pac-12’s previous media rights partnerships were with FOX and ESPN. We’ll see what the future holds for the league, but having 2 major networks reportedly drop out of the negotiations surely isn’t a good sign at the moment.