By James Crepea, The Oregonian/OregonLive: Who will broadcast the spring football games of the 10 departing Pac-12 schools, including Oregon, is yet to be determined.
The Pac-12 controls the rights to the spring games of its member schools. However, with Oregon, Washington, UCLA and USC departing for the Big Ten, Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado and Utah heading to the Big 12 and Cal and Stanford on their way to the ACC, the Pac-12 would be showcasing football teams that are leaving the conference.
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The Pac-12 does not wish to broadcast the spring games of those schools via the Pac-12 Network, according to a league source, and talks are under way with other entities to broadcast the games.
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