The Oregonian: Time for the Pac-12 Conference to step out from behind the pandemic ErikMcKinney Administrator Staff Member Joined: Apr 17, 2018 Messages: 3,758 Likes Received: 9,747 Jun 24, 2020 #1 Just in case anybody needed their daily dose of Larry Scott news: https://www.oregonlive.com/sports/john_canzano/2020/06/canzano-time-for-the-pac-12-conference-to-step-out-from-behind-the-pandemic.html "The Pac-12 lost nearly $16 million in revenue in the past three months. There were no March Madness payouts, no postseason play, no spring sports season, and the conference was forced to dip into conference reserves to help its members survive. The Pac-12 Network laid off eight percent of its staff in April. It froze other positions and implemented 10 percent pay cuts for conference staffers. And Scott, who makes $5.3 million annually, announced he was taking a 20 percent pay cut, although that was an exercise in semantics that was noted by some of the conference’s athletic directors. Scott’s voluntary cut was for only three months. It ends next week, at the end of June. He makes $441,667 per month. His pay cut amounted to $88,333 per month, times three. Total reduction: $265,000. That’s only five percent of Scott’s annual salary. And if he’s not basing the cut off his gross pay, it will be a lower percentage." gubo&palanka likes this.