Still just a few days removed from the Pac-12 going 0-3 in the NCAA Tournament — and just a few months removed from the Pac-12 posting the worst-ever bowl record in college football history — the “Conference of Champions” is looking for answers.
Seattle Times columnist Larry Stone proposed a few in a column.
— Seattle Times Sports (@SeaTimesSports) March 18, 2018
It’s a time of reckoning for the Pac-12, which rightly prides itself on the success of the ancillary sports. But it surely is possible to continue to excel at golf, swimming, tennis and the like while boosting the fortunes of its moneymakers that help fund all the others.
Stone also highlights the Pac-12 Network’s struggles, Larry Scott’s nation-leading $4 million salary and advocates for a competition committee within the conference.
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