Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott is stepping down at the end of June, ending an 11-year tenure in which the conference landed a transformational billion dollar television deal but struggled to keep up with some of its Power Five peers when it came to revenue and exposure.
The Pac-12 announced Wednesday night that the 56-year-old Scott and university presidents who make up the league's executive committee mutually agreed that he would not seek a new contract.
"It's been quite the amazing journey," Scott told AP. "There's a lot of change going on in college sports. There's been a lot of change in our conference. I'm ready for the next chapter."