Posted by Big Ron on September 01, 20 at 08:22:20:
In Reply to: Re: Potential Conference Realignment & TV Rights E posted by Sun Devil73 on September 01, 20 at 06:12:46:
ďAs is the case with any advisory group, the views of these advisors are their personal views and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Pac-12 CEOs or the universities that make up the Pac-12.
ďWe continue to value their advice and support and as time goes by we will take into consideration the perspectives of a wide variety of stakeholders with respect to the future of the Pac-12 and the Pac-12 Networks.Ē
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Get the same results from Dilbert comics.
Scott is starting to feel the heat. In July Oregon President Michael Schill became chairmen of the conference CEO committee. He represents the new blood in PAC leadership. The Oregonlive.com story pointed out -
Oregonís president is one of 10 current campus leaders who werenít on the job in the spring 2009 when Scott was hired. ASUís Michael Crow and UCLAís Gene Block are the old-guard holdovers. But the rest are new, energized, and aware of the revenue stream that the Pac-12 can potentially add to their bottom line.
The article also pointed out the turnover in conference Athletic Directors is causing more pressure for change in PAC direction and leadership. Letís see how much money Scott can stuff into his suitcase on his way out.
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