64k seat stadium that would be shared with the Raiders if they decided to move to Las Vegas. Stadium is up for approval this year. If construction begins on schedule in 2017, it would open in 2020. That would be one of the 5 biggest stadiums in the conference. Nevada is about to cross 3 million in population. (All other states that size have a BCS program except Connecticut.) Las Vegas was 29th in US metro population in 2015 (2.1 million) and on pace to move past Cincinnati, Sacramento & Pittsburgh within the next few years. In terms of national name recognition, UNLV is a marquee brand from the west. (For basketball, which has been the issue.) Academic research & rep was a problem. (But just built a medical school & have been on a 10-year mission to become a Tier One research university.) If they get that stadium, I think that this has to happen. I don't know who the other team would be, though. That's the challenge.