http://www.cubuffs.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=600&ATCLID=204889091 I know Buff fans on this board including myself are having wild dreams of the Buffs in the Pac-10. On the offical CU Buffs website, there is a Roundtable Discussion with Buffs AD Mike Bohn. He says he has been in communication with the Big 12 commisioner Dan Beebe. The Big 12 owns the rights to the Big 14 trademark. Now suppose the Big 12 counteroffers the Pac-10 and lures both Utah and BYU to the Big 12? I know this doesn't sound as sexy as the Pac-10 but does it make it workable for CU? I would keep the North intact except send Mizzou to the South and there would be a provision where there would be one team you face every year regardless of the division. There has been talk of a zipper-like divisional set up in the Pac-10 as well. CU would be in a division with one SoCal and NoCal team in that situation and that would be something to appease the Northwestern schools. Perhaps we could explore such a thing with the Big 14 and there would be one rivalry game in that case. For instance, Oregon and Oregon State would be in seperate divisions but still play the Civil War every year. Same thing for the Apple Cup. We'd be paired up with Utah in that case. I'd be for CU being in a seperate division as Texas unless proven otherwise. I am still in favor of the Pac-10 because it makes sense for CU (screw the other 11 schools) but at the same time, we need to look at expanding the Big 12. I don't think we need anymore Texas schools. If the Big 12 was to go to 16, I'd want to add CSU and Wyoming while the AFA flyboys go independent.