PHOENIX — As has been typical in recent years, there’s a lot going on in college football, even in May. So there will be plenty to talk about when Pac-12 coaches and athletic directors get together with commissioner Larry Scott over the next two days at the posh Arizona Biltmore Hotel.
While there will be plenty of housecleaning issues — such as reviews of officiating and the reduction of contact in practices — Scott acknowledged there were two areas for which he expects the most curiosity and discussion: NCAA governance reform and the new College Football Playoff.
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