Does Pac-12 players opting out to prepare for NFL benefit Utah?

UteZone: The Pac-12 voted 12-0 last month to postpone its fall football season over COVID-19 concerns, delaying all athletic competition until January 1st of 2021. With that decision, came the potential for several players wouldn’t wait for a restart. The conference has now seen a number of it’s highest profile players electing to move on to the next chapter of their careers.

So far California, Oregon, Stanford, USC, and Washington have each lost prominent footballers because of the league’s ongoing pandemic pause — bringing the conference total of lost headliners to eight.

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