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Presiding over a conference with half of its schools at least tangentially tied to the ongoing basketball corruption scandal, Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott said Thursday that he did not believe there were widespread issues with rules compliance. “I’ve got no reason to believe that there’s a systemic...
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