McLaughlin: Pac-12 a Trendsetter in Football Broadcasts

Spencer reacts to the Pac-12's announcement that it will provide more live access

Posted on May 19, 2023

  By Spencer McLaughlin of Locked on CFB for SuperWest Sports


As the Pac-12 continues to seek a media deal, new announcements have been made for how their football broadcasts will operate this Fall.

More access will be given in the form of interviews and “mic’d up” players, and the Pac-12 is, for a change, jumping ahead of other conferences on something.

On today’s episode of Locked On Pac-12, Spencer McLaughlin reacts to George Kliavkoff and the Pac-12 President’s announcements to provide more access to their broadcasts starting this Fall.


Plus, a look at recent comments from Pac-12 administrators (one President and one Athletic Director) appear to be contradictory with regard to the ongoing media rights talks.

Plenty of potential media partners have been linked to the Pac-12 at one time or another, so why hasn’t a company like Warner Brothers (which owns Turner) someone who’s been mentioned?

Plus, a look at Pac-12 Football teams who could be this year’s Oregon State: a team often at the bottom of the league that wins over 8 games.

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