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“Greed” Didn’t Kill the Pac-12. Entrepreneurial Failure Did

The fall of the Pac-12 is an unfortunate end to a proud collegiate institution. But its death isn’t the fault of uncurable greed but of the conference’s own inability to be competitive in the game.

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