Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott along with Utah President-Elect Dr. David Pershing and Utah athletics director Dr. Chris Hill will participate in the Pac-12's first 'Front Porch Leadership Summit.'
Utah is hosting the event, which isn't open to the public or the media. According to a press release from the league, representatives from each school will be on hand to discuss several topics including academic performance, the conference initiatives and league developments such as the Pac-12 networks.
The summit will last two days and will be held at the new Natural History Museum of Utah.
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