The Big Ten will reveal on Thursday its 2024 scheduling model, while UCLA and USC will learn their opponents for their first season in their new home.

The Big Ten Network announced Wednesday evening that a special edition of B1G Live will reveal the scheduling model an opponents for each of the league’s 16 teams beginning at 1:30 p.m. PT on Thursday. The show will also feature interviews and comments from league commissioner Tony Petitti, COO Kerry Kenny, and Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith.

The SEC announced last week it will remove divisions in 2024 when Texas and Oklahoma join the league and play an eight-game league schedule. There had been discussions for more than a year about moving to a nine-game league schedule, but the league’s leaders couldn’t reach a consensus on the issue and elected to kick the can down the road another year.

The Big Ten, however, has played nine games since the 2016 season.

USC and UCLA will need to wait to learn what the actual schedule looks like, but coaches Lincoln Riley and Chip Kelly will know on Thursday who they’ll be facing once they move to the new league.