That said, I've felt (and mentioned on here, with several voices of support) an East/West divisional structure with a NorCal and SoCal school in each division being the fairest for every team, no matter their location. In the past few days, I have pushed for a setup like this: Pac-12 East: CU, Utah, Arizona State, Arizona, UCLA, Cal Pac-12 West: USC, Stanford, Oregon State, Oregon, Washington, Washington State This setup would keep a mostly regional format with two California schools in each division for recruiting/showcase purposes. The rival California schools had to be split to do this, but there's a solution to that below. The schedule structure would go: 5 intra-divisional games, TWO locked cross-division games, and two cross-divisional games that rotate every two years. Obviously this means a nine-game schedule. Someone might have proposed two locked cross-division games already, but if they have, I missed it. Late last night it occurred to me that having two locked cross-division games (and a nine-game schedule) would be the ONLY way a truly fair Pac-12 schedule could be designed. This means every team, no matter if they're far north or far south, would get a SoCal or NorCal team every year. And, they'd get the other SoCal or NorCal team two years in a row home and away before trading them for the other NorCal/SoCal school for the next two years. Then, I split up the others in such a way that every team plays in a state/region all the time as well to maximize recruiting/exposure. Anyway, I'm explaining this too much. I have posted an Excel example for the board to check out and voice their opinion. I also included a mock CU schedule format (sans H/A -- that can be decided by the league office) and an example of how the Buff's schedule might rotate every few years: Thoughts?