http://hardcorehusky...-new-era-season I will be the first to admit that I'm somewhat envious of Seattle because that city has both UW and the Seahawks in the same city and there is a rabid fanbase there for both teams. That got me thinking about who has the best combo of Pac-12 football and NFL football. I'll go with my list here: 1. Seattle 2. Denver-Boulder 3. San Francisco-Palo Alto 4. Glendale-Tempe 5. Oakland-Berkley DENVER-BOULDER It takes about 38 minutes to 45 minutes to get from Sports Authority Field to Folsom Field or the other way around. Probably longer due to heavy road construction on US 36 which is the main road between the two cities. The Broncos have sold out Sports Authority for years and I was also impressed that at least 40k Buff fans showed up to Folsom Field at times despite some of the worst football being played in CU history. GLENDALE-TEMPE I was seriously considering ASU when I was about to graduate from high school. The Cardinals were playing at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe at the time and having two teams share the stadium would have been an awesome exprience if you were an ASU student at the time. That apparently had a lasting effect on the crumbling stadium and the stadium is due for a major overhaul around 2015. When it comes to the rabid fanbase, this region would be one of the bottom pairs in this case. SAN FRANCISCO-PALO ALTO Stanford is enjoying a resurgence and the 49ers made the Super Bowl so things are good on the west part of the Bay Area. But it's difficult to remove the picture of a half empty Stanford Stadium during the Pac-12 CCG and what former Big 12 Comissioner Dan Bebee had to say about Big 12 teams that were interested in moving to the Pac-12 and the fanbase on the west coast. Stanford should never be allowed to host the Pac-12 CCG again. OAKLAND-BERKLEY Raider fans have been long rabid and rancid but they have to put up with a crappy city in Oakland that is on the verge of losing all their pro sports teams. They had to do a retrofit at Memorial Stadium but I recall that 7k CU fans were in Berkley in 2010 and I don't remember Cal fans being rabid...does the Bay Area not care about Stanford and Cal's football programs? SEATTLE The Seahawk fans have been long rabid from the days of the Kingdome and continued that at CL Field. Husky fans can make Husky Stadium loud and they are rabid as well. I give Seattle the top spot due to the proximity of Husky Stadium to CL Field compared to Denver-Boulder.