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Pac-12's Larry Scott Hits $4M In Compensation In '14, Marking First For College Commissioner

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 19 / 16

The Pac-12's new federal tax return shows that Larry Scott "is now college sports’ first $4 million commissioner," according to Steve Berkowitz of USA TODAY. Scott was "credited with more than" $4.05M in total compensation during the '14 calendar year. A new return shows that the conference ha...

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