PAC 12

October 21st, 2018 | by CollegeAD
PAC 12

Pac 12 Commissioner Larry Scott addressed the media at halftime of the Oregon game to address the ongoing controversy over a missed targeting call in Washington State’s Sept. 21 loss at USC. Scott spoke after it was revealed this week that Coach Mike Leach had texted Pac 12 General Counsel Woody Dixon and called him a “total coward” after Trojans linebacker Porter Gustin was not penalized for targeting after making a clear helmet-to-helmet hit on WSU quarterback Gardner Minshew. The Pac-12 is also mired in controversy over a different call in the same game when officials were prepared to eject WSU defensive end Logan Tago for targeting in the first half. But, Dixon telephone the replay officials to overrule their call. – Thomas Clouse, Spokesman. Read More.

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