This summer saw a lot of change in the college football landscape. Colorado and Utah are headed to the Pac-10 Pac-12, Nebraska got tired of playing 3rd fiddle to Texas and blOU and moved to the Big 10 to become it's 12th team, and our beloved Broncos finally found their way into the MWC and succeeded (or so they thought) in their quest to play a tougher conference schedule and shut up some of the naysayers out there.
The loss of Utah to the Pac-12 hurt the Bronco's future conference strength, but any other MWC team would've done the same thing given the opportunity to make a quadrillion more dollars a year in an AQ conference. The conference was still strong even without Utah and the future was bright.
Then a report surfaced about BYU going independent in football, taking their other sports to the WACk, and trying to backstab the MWC on the way out. The MWC and the WACk started trading blows and in the end, BYU was gone, Fresno and Nevada joined the MWC party, and the conference that was destined to get AQ status in the coming years, now look likes the WAC 2.0 (albeit still better than WAC 1.0).
Since I'm still a little bitter, I made another cartoon.