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After three days of meetings, and nearly three months after the shocking announcement, the University of California Regents delayed their verdict on UCLA’s decision to move to the Big Ten.

In the past, the oversight board could only weigh in on athletics contracts that rose more than 30% of guaranteed money. Attempting to create a more “forward-thinking” approach (which could anticipate the continuing challenges that college athletics may present), Regents discussed a wide range of topics and thresholds that should come to them in the future for approval.

For a refresher, when UCLA and USC announced they were leaving for the Big Ten Conference at the end of June, UCLA did not ask the governing body for permission to make the move. UCLA is considered a partner institution with University of California-Berkeley (also a member of the Pac-12) in the UC system. Many assume both the

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