@billywitz
Billy Witz
9 days ago
The regents, as expected, did not take any action but the chair said if they blocked UCLA's move, “it would be a big deal. There would be a lot of people happy and a lot of people upset.” No matter what the regents do, he said, there could be legal action.
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@billywitz
Billy Witz
9 days ago
Pac-12 Commissioner George Kliavkoff laid out in a letter to UC Regents why they should block UCLA’s move to the Big Ten.
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@billywitz
Billy Witz
9 days ago
Among the other reasons Kliavkoff cited that for it being a bad deal financially is that the Bruins' travel costs could nearly triple -- to $27 million -- if the school chartered flights to Big Ten schools for all teams, not just football and men's and women's basketball.
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@justtaxtherich
Socialist Quack 🇺🇦✊💚🌹💛
9 days ago
@billywitz It would be 90/10 happy/upset (and that’s being generous to the “upset” crowd)… but I guess when we’re dealing with millions of opinions, both would be considered “a lot.” 🙄
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@stephen_strohm
Stephen Strohm
9 days ago
@justtaxtherich @billywitz Many people would be elated to watch the pac lose their cash cow. Idk what fairytale you're in
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@TonyBruin
Tony Siracusa
9 days ago
@billywitz The chair said their initiative under consideration is for future such issues
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@utahman4life
UtahMike
9 days ago
@billywitz Based on the amount of fans that attend football games, there would be hundreds of people disappointed. UCLA is a shell of what it used to be. Its value is in its zip code, not its athletic programs.
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