SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott met with women's basketball coaches Wednesday and reminded them about his tough stance on integrity given the scandal surrounding the men's game.

Scott planned to address the "worrisome" topic in far more depth Thursday during the conference's men's media day in San Francisco. He says the Pac-12 will "take some steps in this area, primarily focused on men's basketball."

He says the conference will do "what we can as the Pac-12 to advocate or change and reform to ensure those principles cuts across all sports." Scott also noted, "We're very concerned about what we've read so far in terms of the allegations."

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