What OSU and WSU court win means for future of Pac-12 and outbound schools

By Jon Wilner, Bay Area News Group via Sports360AZ: The most anticipated showdown of the Pac-12 season gained significant clarity Tuesday evening when Washington State and Oregon State were given legal control of the conference by a superior court judge.

But overtime looms.

The defendants, with Washington running point for the other nine outgoing schools, plan to appeal Whitman County (Wash.) Superior Court Judge Gary Libey’s decision to grant a preliminary injunction that left WSU and OSU as the sole voting members of the Pac-12’s governing board.

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