Pac-12 Commissioner Says League in Favor of Satellite Camps
IRVING, Texas (AP) — Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott says the conference's representative on the NCAA's Division I Council did not vote with the conference's position when the council banned so-called satellite football camps earlier this month.
After attending a College Football Playoff meeting Wednesday, Scott told reporters that 11 of 12 Pac-12 members were in favor of allowing coaches to participate in camps for high school players on other school's campus. But UCLA athletic director Dan Guerrero, the Pac-12's council representative, voted to ban satellite camps.
The Southeastern Conference and Atlantic Coast Conference proposed the ban on guest coaching at camps, and it passed by a 10-5 vote. The Big Ten was the only Power Five conference to vote against the ban. The Power Five conferences' votes count for two.