California Regents Hear Out Pac-12 on Whether to Block U.C.L.A.’s Move to Big Ten


While Block informed Drake of the talks, only a handful of regents were aware until shortly before the Los Angeles schools’ departure was reported on June 30 by the San Jose Mercury News. The political ramifications were quickly made clear when Newsom, who is a nonvoting board member and appoints some of the regents, was upset at the lack of transparency because of its impact on another U.C. school.

Still, the move seemed little more than a fait accompli until Charlie Robinson, the U.C….



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