http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/9...n-seattle-seahawks-talk-ex-coach-jim-harbaugh I'm sure a good number of CU fans on this board do recall the Seattle Seahawks being in the AFC West when there were five teams which includes the four teams of the current AFC West division in the NFL. The Seahawks switched back to the NFC West starting with the 2002 season and now it seems like a rivalry is brewing between the Seahawks and 49ers. Given that we had the Corndogs as our rivals for years even if they denied its very existence which is one of the requirements for having a rivalry...those kNowledge boys should know better. :nod: But now with the move to the Pac-12, we are starting over again in the rivalry department. So far it appears that there is one developing between the Mildcats of Tucson and the Buffs of Boulder on the hardwood and time will tell if that spills over onto the gridiron. Given how the Pac-12 is set up, chances are good that the Yewts of Salt Lake City and Asphalt Devils of Tempe will be CU's rivals in addition to the Mildcats. Would the NFC and AFC West be good examples to follow since the teams except for the Chiefs and Rams fall within the Pac-12 footprint?