Pac-12 commissioner keeping tabs on corruption trial

Speaking at a men’s basketball event Thursday in San Francisco, Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said he’s keeping an eye on the federal corruption trial unfolding in New York.
“We’re very concerned about the trial, the testimony and some of the allegations,” Scott said. “We treat it with real seriousness and are monitoring it very carefully.”
Six of the conference’s teams have been linked in some way to the FBI’s case. Former Adidas consultant Thomas Joseph Gassnola testified Wednesday that he secretly paid the families of five recruits, including former Arizona forward/center Deandre Ayton.
“I’ve got no reason to believe there’s a systemic problem” in the conference, Scott said.
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