Oregon State and Washington State file complaint against PAC-12

Oregon State and Washington State have filed a legal complaint against the Pac-12 and its commissioner, George Kliavkoff, seeking an emergency temporary restraining order. The schools are seeking clarity on voting rights to control the future of the conference and want the upcoming board meeting involving all 12 members to be canceled. With 10 of the Pac-12’s 12 members announcing their departures within the past 18 months, the Pac-12 bylaws indicate that the presidents of Oregon State and Washington State should comprise the league’s board of directors. The dispute revolves around the distribution of the Pac-12’s remaining assets, which is a pressing issue given the recent departures.

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