Pac-12 eyes 9 league games
NEW YORK -- Pac-10 commissioner Larry Scott said Tuesday that when the league expands to 12 teams, there is "a strong bias" toward the conference maintaining a nine-game league schedule.
However, the split into two divisions has led to discussion of moving rivalry games such as the Apple Cup and Civil War to midseason.
Scott said the nine-game schedule will solve a multitude of issues, chief among them the desire of every team to maintain an annual presence in Los Angeles, ...
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