Pac-12 power ratings: Five Stanford games reclassified, which could lead to an extra NCAA berth for the conference – The Denver Post

The Stanford basketball program finally received some good news that could positively impact every athletic department budget in the Pac-12. Remember all the way back in December, when the Cardinal was banished from campus by cockamamie Santa Clara County health restrictions and forced to play a series of home games in Santa Cruz? Well, the NCAA last week announced those

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Pac-12 commissioner search: No football chops? Don’t bother applying – The Denver Post

*** Welcome to the fourth installment of the Hotline’s five-part series on the Pac-12’s search for a commissioner. Links to previously-published content are below this story. Time for some straight talk about the talk. First, the talk: In the four weeks since the Pac-12 announced Larry Scott’s contract would not be renewed, the university presidents have spoken in lofty terms

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Pac-12 allows flexibility to schedule nonconference games – The Denver Post

SAN FRANCISCO — The Pac-12 Conference has approved a plan to allow member schools to schedule nonconference football opponents subject to certain conditions if games are canceled. The conference has had five of its 18 scheduled games during the first three weeks canceled amid COVID-19 issues. California and UCLA were able to schedule a game against each other last weekend

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As coronavirus surges, Pac-12 prepares for all football scenarios, including a spring season – The Denver Post

Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott said Thursday that the conference is prepared to pivot quickly to alternate football scenarios in the event a 12-game regular season cannot start on time because of the coronavirus surge. That possibility seemingly is growing more real by the week. “I was cautiously optimistic … but the last couple weeks have changed everyone’s outlook because of

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