Colorado has jumped to the Pac 10. This should be followed tomorrow by Nebraska moving to the Big 10, which will then have 12 teams, but can't be called the Big 12 because there already is a Big 12, which will have 10 teams.
Then, over the next few months, you'll see:
- Texas, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma State jump to the Pac 10, now to be called the Pac 16.
- Boise State jump to the Mountain West.
- Pitt and West Virginia jump to the ACC.
- Kansas give up on football, and jump to C-USA.
- Missouri, Army, Maryland, and Iowa State jump to the Big 10, which will then change name to the Big 16.
- Baylor, Tulane, Rice, and Vanderbilt drop to I-AA and form the Southern Ivy League, while Duke will decline an invitation
- the remainder of the Big East and Big 12 merge to form Conference America
- Notre Dame announce that it wants to retain its independence, while pocketing a television rights check for half a billion dollars from NBC
- the newly strengthened Big Four, including the Pac 16, Big 16, Appalachian and Atlantic Coast Conference, and the Tim Tebow Conference, break away from the NCAA, forming the National Collegiate Television Network
- the BCS remain exactly the fucking same