Many of us have had a long standing feud with the cornholes about not only our football teams, but the places our football teams call home. The favored cornhole argument has always been that the state of Colorado's geographical advantages have never and will never give CU an advantage in football. I think that might be about to change. Let's say the conference expansions go as follows: CU and Utah to the 12 Pac, Mizzou to the Big 11(they still won't be able to count). The Big 12 adds in TCU and somebody else. The Big 12 now basically becomes the SWC again with a few north stragglers. I can't help but think this would severely hurt Nebraska and the other north teams in the long run. The Big 12 would now be completely south dominated with one slightly relevant northern television market to count on(KC). Tom Osborne has always been leery of the inclusion of Texas in the same conference. He basically opposed expansion into the Big 12 and has made no secret of being interested if the Big 10 came calling. He obviously sees the writing on the wall and it isn't good for the fuskers. And sorry Tom, they aren't going to call, and you are about to read why. This brings me back to why the beautiful state of Colorado is now possibly going to give CU an advantage that Nebraska has never and will never have...a large and rapidly growing television market. The future of college football is predicated on television money, meaning the larger the market, the more money you get. The beauty of it is that with all of their past success and championships and local fan support, Nebraska has little appeal for a major conference to add for expansion because they have a television market that is the equivalent to the treeehouse in my backyard. If this scenario comes down the pike, I for one think this will severely damage the remaining North teams in the long run. Wouldn't that be a shame. Thoughts?