Pac 10 is a harder one to call. CU, IMO is a natural fit, but you need at least one more team. Utah makes the most sense, but BYU is whining and has some pull in the Utah Legislature. AFA is a possibility, but the move doesn't make a lot of sense for the AFA IMO. After that, you really have to dig deep. UT and aTm are such outliers geographically, I have a hard time seeing that. Plus if you take one TX school (UT), you at least have to take one more (aTm), which means abandoning the Denver TV market and CU or adding a 14th team, which brings you back to the Utah/BYU bitch fest. UNM, Nevada, UNLV, CSU or WY are really not Pac 10 schools at any level. Nor are Fresno, SJSU, SDSU, Hawaii or Boise. I hope CU ends up in the Pac 10. If they don't it could be MWC/WAC leftovers if UT and aTm get a gig somewhere else, or a TX dominated conference which is the problem that got CU looking around in the first place.