By Adam Rittenberg, ESPN: The three leagues are expected to emphasize “common values” and unanimous support impacting key topics affecting college athletes and schools in all sports.
Sources say the Pac-12 has been the most aggressive of the three leagues in forming and encouraging the alliance. When news first broke of a potential alliance earlier this month, the league was a bit further along than the other two in building support and enthusiasm for the pact.
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The Pac-12 has been the most aggressive in forming and encouraging the alliance with the ACC and Big Ten that was announced Tuesday, sources told ESPN.
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