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Pac-12 Confidential

Bud Withers offers an inside look at the Pac-12 Conference and the national college scene.

June 4, 2012 at 8:21 AM

A little R & R on the Pac-12 blog . . .

I’ve got a little down time the next couple of weeks (unless you want to count the weeding, pressure-washing, etc., etc. that awaits), so I’ll have to catch you after that. Meanwhile, June won’t be devoid of news in Pac-12 sports, as the league mulls its position regarding the proposed college football playoff and ESPN, Fox and the Pac-12 Networks stage their “draft” of available football dates.

That’s in addition to Pac-12 baseball teams, four of which — UCLA, Arizona, Oregon and Stanford — are in super-regionals this weekend. Not so much softball, where all teams from the league are now out of the Women’s College World Series.

See you soon.

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