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Haden reveals ‘Pac-12’ divisions

FRIDAY, OCT. 15, 2010

Colleges: USC athletic director Pat Haden apparently revealed at a booster club meeting on Wednesday night the proposed new divisions for the expanded Pacific-10 Conference, according to the blog.

The fan site carried a transcription of a Q&A session between fans and Haden.

Athletic directors voted 7-5 on the alignment – Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, UCLA, USC and Utah in one division and Cal, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington and Washington State in the other, Haden said. The presidents of the schools will vote on it later this month.

Haden is not overjoyed with the split.

“We’re going for the money, sadly; that’s what it is,” Haden said. “We need a conference title game.”

“I proposed a 5-2-2 model that has us playing the five schools (in our division) every year and then have the Northern California schools as part of our regular two and then rotate the other two. We need to play Stanford and Cal.”

WSU, KXLY extend pact

Media: Washington State University Athletics and the KXLY Broadcast Group announced a two-year extension in which KXLY-AM will remain the radio broadcast flagship station for football and men’s basketball through the 2013-14 academic year.

Prep Report new, expanded

Online: One of the most popular homepages at has taken on a new look and found a new home.

Prep Report, the source for high school varsity sports information from The Spokesman-Review sports department, can now be found at preps.

The Prep Report includes schedules, standings, game statistics, plus photos, stories, blog posts and tweets from the local high school scene.

Check it out to stay updated on high school action in the area.


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