For the past week - 10 days, the rumor has been that Nebraska was going to leave to go to the Big 10, with Texas, A&M, Tech, OU, OSU and either Colorado or Baylor subsequently being invited to join the PAC X. Rumors abound that before this week is out, Nebraska will officially, publicly announce that they have accepted an invitation to join the Big 10 conference, and Colorado will officially, publicly announce that they have accepted an invitation to join the PAC 10 conference. Is it possible that the six Big 12 teams have already been invited - and Colorado will just be the first team to publicly announce that they have accepted? Is it also possible that Colorado is the only team that the PAC 10 has invited to join the conference, so far? I am wondering if Colorado has been invited, alone, as a way for the PAC 10 to show Texas (and it's legislature) that the PAC 10 is running the show, not Texas.