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The Commonwealth Club is hosting on Wednesday, May 21st at 6pm with Larry Scott, Commissioner, of Pac 12 and James Delany, Commissioner, of Big 10 in conversation with Ted Robinson, Emmy Award-winning Sports Broadcaster and Announcer. As the 2014 season begins to take shape, hear the heads of the two college conferences with the largest television and media footprint discuss the opportunities and challenges facing college football, including compensation for student-athletes, safety issues and the advent of playoffs, as the sport continues its unparalleled growth. Predictions are also likely, including for the Bay Area Bowl that will feature a team from each conference.

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