The Southeastern Conference could soon be invading Las Vegas.

That’s according to college football insider Brett McMurphy who reports the Las Vegas Bowl is expected to end its 19-year relationship with the Mountain West Conference at the conclusion of the 2019 season. The bowl plans to keep its relationship with the Pac-12 ongoing and will look to replace the Mountain West with a Power 5 conference. According to McMurphy’s sources, the SEC is likely the frontrunner to be the replacement.

The profile of the Las Vegas Bowl is expected to be raised, some have even suggested it could find its way into New Year’s Six discussions in the future, thanks to the Raiders’ pending move to Las Vegas. The NFL franchise is expected to build a state-of-the-art facility that could be among the best sports stadiums the world has to offer. That could be reason enough to get the SEC excited about a potential annual partnership with the bowl game within the stadium.

Here’s a look at a rendering of what the Las Vegas Raiders Stadium could look like: