Red roundup: 'Culture of equality' led to Pac-12 not expanding
A culture of equality led to the Pac-12 putting a hold on expansion.
That leaves Utah and Colorado, who joined the conference this season, as the lone newcomers in the storied league.
Speculation centered around the possible addition of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas and Texas Tech ended when Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott applied the brakes.
— Utah defensive end Derrick Shelby is profiled by a hometown media outlet.
— Read about "The Red Movement."
— Utah defensive coordinator Kalani Sitake visited with DJ & PK on 1320AM.
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