Add more sports for sure. CU recently announced that they would be adding women's lacrosse and the Pac-12 is one school away from being able to sponsor that sport unless you want it to stay in the MPSF. It is one of the fastest growing sports out there. We should bring in men's teams as well. That would mean football stadiums that are not used during the spring would get some use and that means $$$. Women's rugby is another fast growing sport as well according to USA Rugby which is headquartered in Boulder which is where one Pac-12 school is located. I watched youtube clips of rugby sevens this morning and couldn't help but think about how that sport is about to explode in popularity. It's getting so hot that it will be an olympic sport in 2016. I believe there is a women's version of the rugby sevens. I think this conference needs to get serious about rugby and that would be music to the ears of Cal fans who has the best college rugby program out there in the USA. Again, another use for those football stadiums during the course of the year. Some of those schools might be able to use nearby MLS venues instead of the football stadiums. I believe that men's soccer needs to be at every Pac-12 school because I'm sure someday it might be the most popular sport in the USA especially if latinos end up becoming the biggest ethnic group by like 2050. Just imagine UO and OSU squaring off in Portland at where the MLS Portland Timbers play at. I think the sport futsal would be very popular as well. If that happens, I'm sure Larry Scott will be talking about a second channel for the nation/regions. CU-Arizona rugby: [video=youtube;QJsiYhde4Hc]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJsiYhde4Hc&feature=related[/video] Utah versus Ohio State 1st half: [video=youtube;EiWApxaBhCA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EiWApxaBhCA[/video] Utah versus Ohio State 2nd half: [video=youtube;3iwn4i8UdTw]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iwn4i8UdTw[/video] I'm kind of dumbfounded why rugby isn't as popular as football in this country.