now, we have this great new deal for all of this money for the conference, and i have no idea if i will be able to watch a single CU conference game. so, what exactly is in it for the fan? yeah! CU gets tons more money but i cant watch a game? how does this set up make things better for the fan if, what?, 30% of us cant even watch a game? MB talks about engaging the alumni and scott talks about expanding the reach of the conference but then if you are east of the mississippi, you dont get to see ****? how in the world does this make sense. if anything they should be making it easier for us to get games on the east coast if they truely want to expand interest in the conference. what the hell good is it going to be to the conference if no media writers in the east can catch a USC or Oregon game? i love the fact that CU is now in the pac 12. for the long term, it is a much better fit. but, it is also pissing me off that the pac 12 is trying to make it so difficult for me to catch a CU game. i have never, ever had that problem before. i understand that its all money driven and that puts fans in spot #2. i just dont have to like it. really? the pac 12 cant do all they can in thier power to make sure that the fans on the east coast can get to see thier team play? really? its really pissing me off.