All of the major conferences are moving to atleast 14 teams. My fear is that the Big 12(who currently is our biggest competitor) takes the best non Pac-12 teams left on the west coast (BYU, SDSU and even Boise st. for example) and then a couple years down the road when the Pac decides to expand we have less quality to chose from and no large markets left to get into. San Diego and BYU both offer huge markets(BYU being national) and both put out quality athletics. SDSU could use some help in football but that would easily be remedied being a major conference school in the recruiting grounds of California. The only reason I dont mention UNLV is their academics are horrible and the athletic department as a whole isnt there yet IMO. I also fear once the Big12 has added these schools now the west coast recruiting in all sports is opened up a little bit more to the Big 12. And if the Big 12 ever does come up with a network then we would have direct competition in our markets instead of a basic monopoly of the west coast. In no way do I want to lower the quality of play in the PAC but I dont see that happening with BYU or SDSU. So what are your thoughts? Will delaying what I feel is an inevitable move end up hurting the conference down the road?