Red roundup: Larry Scott swinging for the fences

Published: Monday, April 25 2011 10:56 a.m. MDT

Pac-10 (soon to be Pac-12) commissioner Larry Scott is going for the gold as the league's television rights hit the open market. Bruce Pascoe of the Arizona Daily Star examines the issue and breaks down the possible suitors in a deal that is expected to net Utah and the other teams in the conference with millions of dollars over the coming years.

— The Chicago Tribune rates Utah's Zane Taylor as the ninth-best center in the upcoming NFL Draft.

— ESPN.com's Ted Miller visited USC, the Utes' first Pac-12 football opponent. Utah visits the Los Angeles Coliseum on Sept. 10.

— New UCLA offensive coordinator Mike Johnson, who replaced Ute assistant Norm Chow, discusses his desire to build the Bruins' confidence.

— And finally, college football analyst Beano Cook believes former Utah coach Urban Meyer will be at the helm of Ohio State in 2012.

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