Red roundup: Pac-12 boss Larry Scott boasts 'emotional intelligence'
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott has paved a road to prosperiety for Utah's future conference. The Contra Costa Times profiles Scott and his success in tennis. His coach at Harvard noted that Scott possesses "emotional intelligence."
The commissioner will be in Salt Lake City on July 1 for Utah's Pac-12 celebration gathering on the state capitol grounds.
— The Milwaukee Bucks are denying rumors they are trying to trade former Ute Andrew Bogut.
— Ex-Utah pitcher Rick Anton feels right at home as a member of the Ogden Raptors.
— The Tucson Citizen reflects on the end of the Pac-10 era as expansion to Utah and Colorado appraoches.
— And last, but not least . . . the Tulsa World reported last week that Runnin' Ute departee Shawn Glover has transferred to Oral Roberts and is enrolled in summer school.
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