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RE: Plan B to get to a PAC-16
The PAC will disband to some degree before adding another non-power school. Utah was a huge exception to the rule. However...

If the PAC retains its current 12 and says they will go to 16 with non-power schools, I’d expect these 4:

13. Hawaii
14. Houston
15. SMU
16. UNLV

If only from the Mt West:

13. Hawaii
14. UNLV
15. San Diego St
16. Boise St
11-18-2020 09:49 AM
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RE: Plan B to get to a PAC-16
If San Diego County was a state it would be around 30th in population, just in front of Utah. The assumption is PAC already has the market, but looking at the actual numbers tells another story, mainly that the PAC CCG underperforms against the other P5's in this market. To get to 14 without adding P5's the PAC should add BYU & SDSU. To get to 14 it should be BYU, SDSU, BSU, and UNLV/CSU.
11-18-2020 10:41 AM
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