The PAC-12 Disagrees with California’s New Law

(AP) – The Pac-12 Conference has condemned California’s new law that would allow college athletes to be paid for the use of their names and likenesses. But football coaches across the league are uncertain about what it might mean for them, especially in terms of recruiting. Four of the league’s teams are located in California:  Cal, Stanford, UCLA and USC.

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