By Bryan Clinton, Heartland: We are just 11 days from turning the calendar over to April and the Pac-12 still hasn’t locked in a television deal for the future.
The most suitable buyer for the Pac-12 product, Apple, hasn’t been in a rush to get a deal done and that has increased the pressure that the conference’s schools are feeling.
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We are just 11 days from turning the calendar over to April and the Pac-12 still hasn't locked in a television deal for the future. The most suitable buyer for the Pac-12 product, Apple, hasn't been in a rush to get a deal done and that has increased the pressure that the conference's schools are
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