How are CU Buffs, CSU Rams, Rocky Mountain Showdown affected?

Satisfied 7 days , faculty football admirers! Taking inquiries. Fireplace away.

Provided the reported Pac-12/Huge Ten/ACC alliance envisioned to be formally declared this 7 days, is the Rocky Mountain Showdown in critical trouble?

Really serious problems?



Nicely, almost certainly not.

Go on.

Here’s what we know: After COVID-19 set the kibosh on what was intended to be the series’ inaugural foray into Canvas Stadium very last summer, the CU Buffs and CSU Rams are slated to resume pleasantries through four staggered dwelling-and-household sets: ’23 (Boulder) and ’24 (Fort Collins) ’29 (Fort Collins) and ’30 (Boulder) ’33 (Boulder) and ’34 (Fort Collins) and ’37 (Boulder) and ’38 (Fort Collins).

Here’s what we’re hearing: Supplied that the SEC is building a school football Demise Star with the additions of Texas and Oklahoma, there’s a very good opportunity the Alliance could counter with shared scheduling obligations among the Pac-12, Huge Ten and ACC. For soccer, will that suggest at least a person interleague crossover match for each year? Two? A lot more? Will it fluctuate by school? By meeting?

Would CU be mandated to enjoy, say, 1 Massive 10 workforce and 1 ACC staff a 12 months, every yr, likely ahead?

Valda Udley

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