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Pac-12 football plans remain on hold despite pressure from Trump to 'open up'

Posted On: Sep 17, 2020   |   Posted By: ABC

'YOU'RE THE ONLY ONE NOW': The Pac-12 has considered starting its football season this fall, but has more hurdles to clear, despite pressure from President Trump.

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