A state judge in Washington has granted a temporary restraining order preventing the Pac-12 conference from holding a board meeting. This comes after Oregon State and Washington State filed a complaint arguing that the Pac-12 meeting as a board and voting posed an “imminent and existential threat” to the conference’s future. The judge’s ruling not only halts the board meeting scheduled for Wednesday but also paves the way for a preliminary injunction hearing to determine who has voting rights on the Pac-12 board of directors. The hearing, expected in October, could involve document and email discovery and live witness testimony.
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