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McLaughlin: Comcast Overpaying Pac-12 a Grave Concern?

Spencer breaks down what he sees as another overblown piece of news for the Pac-12

Posted on May 2, 2023


  By Spencer McLaughlin of Locked on CFB for SuperWest Sports

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The Pac-12 is still in search of its new media deal and thus has struggled to find positive headlines over the last couple of months.

Another negative story emerged about overpayments from Comcast that will cost the league some money. It’s not a big deal.

On today’s episode of Locked On Pac-12, Spencer McLaughlin breaks down another overblown piece of news for the Pac-12.

The conference had the fewest NFL draftees amongst the Power 5 conferences, which says something about what the league needs to do going forward to get back to the CFP.

Stanford Football has fallen on tough times as a program and may struggle to compete in the era of NIL and the transfer portal in College Football.

Their Spring Football storylines are headlined by a QB battle and a new offense under new HC Troy Taylor, but it’s a recruit that could help get them back as a conference contender.

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