McLaughlin: How Many Teams will Pac-12 Add in Expansion?

Spencer examines the biggest Conference news stories with its future still somewhat in flux

Posted on December 15, 2022


  By Spencer McLaughlin of Locked on Pac-12 for SuperWest Sports

Pac-12The Pac-12 media deal is expected to be announced in the early portion of 2023.

It’s widely expected that the Conference will announce an expansion school, to potentially try and sweeten the deal once it’s done.

But how many teams, if any, should they be looking to add?

On today’s episode of Locked On Pac-12, I examine the biggest news stories around the conference with its future still somewhat in flux.

Washington lost its 2023 QB commit when Lincoln Kienholz flipped to Ohio State, and in turn, they offered a current Washington State QB commit.

Washington football pac-12Losing Kienholz is not the news Husky fans were hoping for, but it’s not all bad news on the quarterback front.

The transfer portal is rather busy, and Florida in particular has had a mass exodus of players leave their program–some of which would certainly be desirable for Pac-12 schools.

I go through the biggest names available and discuss whether or not they could wind up in the Pac-12.

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