Reports: Arizona’s Big 12 move on hold; Pac-12 doesn’t vote on future

The Pac-12 planned to vote on a grant of rights to bind committed members of the conference together on a meeting Friday morning, but that didn’t happen with the Oregon Ducks showing hesitancy about the future of the conference, reports Action Network’s Brett McMurphy and Yahoo!’s Ross Dellenger.
Oregon’s hesitancy about the proposed media deal on the table, according to Dellenger, played a role in no movement.
Dellenger and Dan Wetzel report for Yahoo! that the fate of the Pac-12 likely rests on the Ducks considering leaving and the Big Ten accepting their entry if Oregon seeks a new home.

As of Thursday night, it looked like the Pac-12’s meeting could determine the fate of the conference’s survival entirely.
Renewed optimism Friday morning made it appear more about who wanted to help the league move forward with USC, UCLA and Colorado already set to depart after this upcoming season.
In Arizona, reports of the Wildcats’ interest in moving to the Big 12 gained steam heading into the board of regents meeting o …

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