Pac-12 sends letter to California Regents asking to stop UCLA’s move to Big Ten

Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff sent a letter to the University of California Board of Regents on Thursday in an effort to reverse the UCLA chancellor’s decision to leave the Big Ten in 2024, a source confirmed to The Athletic.

Kliavkoff’s three-page letter, first reported by The New York Times, outlined reasons why the program would be hurt both financially and emotionally if it made the switch.

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He wrote that UCLA athletes could see their academic and health status decline as a result of increased time travel by plane to road races.

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