Larry Scott’s Pay Cut Is Almost Up

Remember when Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott said he was taking a 20 percent pay cut for three months? Well, it ends next week. He makes $5.3 million a year so his pay cut was $265,000. Talk about sacrificing during a pandemic. Here’s a good column by John Canzano of the Oregonian on how Scott and the Pac-12 have hid behind the pandemic. Click here for … Continue reading Larry Scott’s Pay Cut Is Almost Up

Morning Buzz: Back To Work At USC

Today is the start of the first phase of USC athletes returning to campus for voluntary workouts. I’ve heard the initial batch of COVID-19 tests did not have any positive results. If you want passionate USC alumni, talk to some of those who participated in yesterday’s Zoom chat on the restructuring of the alumni clubs that appears to give power back to the university while … Continue reading Morning Buzz: Back To Work At USC

USC Explains Phased-In Workouts Starting Wednesday

Here is the announcement from USC on the plan to allow some athletes to begin workout tomorrow: USC STUDENT-ATHLETES TO BEGIN PHASED RETURN TO CAMPUS FOR VOLUNTARY WORKOUTS STARTING JUNE 24 LOS ANGELES—USC student-athletes will begin a phased return to campus for voluntary workouts beginning on June 24. In partnership with USC’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sarah Van Orman and Director of Sports Medicine Dr. … Continue reading USC Explains Phased-In Workouts Starting Wednesday