Will a Mormon mission save the Big East's soul? With a potential western division of Boise State, Air Force, SMU, Houston, and BYU it would be the "best of the rest" for the Big East to maintain not only BCS inclusion but solid football programs that have fan support and the best national following available. I still don't see how it would work for Navy to be included since that would mean putting Louisville into the "western" division. I think BYU+Boise would be enough to still convince AFA to join for football regardless of Navy's involvement, with an 8 game schedule and OOC games with Navy-Army and probably the ending of the annual CSU game (CU taking note?) So, who would be the best western team to add as the 6th member? Hawaii (damn the travel, they are the best program available and have rivalries with BYU, Boise, and AFA) San Diego State (marginal football program, big market, prime recruiting grounds) UNLV (solid hoops team, bad football, good size market, and would link Vegas with Atlantic City all in one conference!) Memphis (hoops program would be welcome, easy W in football for other teams, not really "western" but more so than Louisville, FedEx$) Or should they invite two, along with either Navy or East Carolina to get to a 14 team conference?