The Washington Supreme Court has stayed a lower court’s ruling that granted control of the Pac-12 to Oregon State and Washington State, keeping in place a temporary restraining order requiring unanimity in all matters. The decision comes as the court decides where to retain or transfer the case for review. The departing 10 schools, including Washington, had opposed the lower court’s ruling, and the latest decision allows all 12 members to have an equal voice in revenue distribution while the court considers arguments. Oregon State and Washington State expressed disappointment and reiterated their commitment to protect their universities’ interests.
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