I know we have a lot of college football fans on here, so let's get talking. We knew Colorado was going to the Pac 10 and Nebraska will likely go Big 10. Boise St just bolted to the MWC. It all hinges on Nebraska and Texas. Supposedly Texas wouldn't go anywhere without Texas A&M but now the rumors are A&M isn't happy with Texas and may jump to the SEC (if offered) with Oklahoma. Is Texas a good fit in the Pac 10? Maybe culturally but not geographically. Two hour time zone differences will be huge. If the Big 12 folds and the SEC tries to poach from the ACC, the Big East is next to fold. It's like when the Soviet Bloc fell!! All fine and dandy...then wham!! Two conferences die and enter the mega-conferences. Thoughts? Hopes? Fears? I would like to see the Big 12 stay together, maybe pick up TCU+1 more to get back to 12. Utah goes west to make the Pac 12. Notre Dame grows a brain and goes Big 10, along with some combination of either Pitt/Rutgers/Syracuse+Nebraska to make 14 teams. The ACC picks up UConn, maybe 'Cuse, Pitt, Nova, Rutgers, Gtown-at least 4 teams to make 16 teams, improved football and a basketball powerhouse. ACC would probably lose a couple of teams to the SEC-Clemson, FSU or Ga Tech seem to be the hot talk. I love college football!!