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End could be near for Pac-12 commissioner Scott

End could be near for Pac-12 commissioner Scott

Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott speaks during NCAA college basketball Pac-12 media day in San Francisco, Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

End could be near for Pac-12 commissioner Scott 

The discord between Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott and UCLA athletic director Dan Guerrero became public last week; Scott essentially threw Guerrero under the bus after it was disclosed Guerrero voted “no” when the league instructed him to vote “yes” on the NCAA’s satellite camp issue. Colorado athletic director Rick George defended Guerrero and questioned why Scott made the issue public. Confidence in Scott continues to erode. I suspect, ultimately, dissatisfaction with the Pac-12 Networks, its limited reach and relatively small revenue, among other political issues inside the league, will lead Pac-12 presidents to hire a new commissioner.

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