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Pac-12 revenues dipped by $12 million in 2018, while commissioner Larry Scott’s salary increased

ADVANCE FOR SATURDAY, OCT. 1 – In this July 14, 2016, file photo, Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott speaks at the Pac-12 NCAA college football media day in Los Angeles. Scott helped transform and modernize the Pac-12 when he took over as commissioner, helped the conference land a $3 billion TV deal and create its own network. Eight years later, the conference is reaping financial rewards and he believes it is well-positioned to adapt to the changing landscape of both college sports and media rights. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File) NY183

The Pac-12’s total revenue fell by $12 million year-over-year, from $509 million in 2017. Commissioner Larry Scott's salary also increased by $500,000, bumping his salary to $5,291,481 per year.

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