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Oregon State, Washington State Granted Temporary Restraining Order Against Pac-12

There will reportedly be no Pac-12 board meeting on Wednesday after a judge granted remaining conference members Oregon State and Washington State a temporary restraining order, per Nicole Auerbach of The Athletic.

The ruling means the league cannot have the meeting without court approval, although it can continue operating in a normal fashion otherwise, per Auerbach.

As Washington State and Oregon State were arguing for the temporary restraining order, it was revealed that the departing Pac-12 schools wanted to use money from the conference to cover their transition costs into new leagues, Auerbach noted.