'Big Ten, Pac-12 suspend plans for scheduling collaboration' - well, there's a disappointing email subject line.
If misery loves company, then Colorado loves Utah. The Pac-12 is treating its two new members and manufactured rivals like pimple-faced plebes in boot camp. We all knew the only mystery about Colorado's season was if it could avoid a year's lease in the conference basement. But at my side is my dogeared Sporting News College Football yearbook which forecast Utah winning the South Division. Instead, the Pac-12 is rubbing the Utes' faces right into the Wasatch Mountains.
I’ll answer what I can about this, because I know there is a lot of interest. But I don’t want to get too far ahead of ourselves. Our preference is status quo, all conferences staying at 12. But…if we expanded further, we’d carefully look at equal access to all territories.
California (Pac-10), Georgia (SEC), and Notre Dame (Big East), all of whom participated in the Old Spice Classic last Thanksgiving are ticketed for the CBE Classic in Kansas City this year, alongside Missouri (Big 12).