On The face of things, ditching the Big 12 for the Pac-10 seems like a wise move for the University of Colorado. The school will receive more money from TV contracts, more exposure, and can now associate itself with some of the most prestigious universities in the country.
On the downside, however, the Buffs suddenly find themselves geographically isolated in a conference in which they have no historical rival. Finding a rival of equal athletic prowess won't be easy in a powerful Pac-10 that will likely feature Texas and Oklahoma in addition to its traditional juggernauts.
We want to know which traditional Pac-10 will best fill the void left by Nebraska (which left for the Big Ten) as CU's biggest rival: