The leaders of the sprawling University of California educational system are considering whether they should halt the move by U.C.L.A.
SAN DIEGO — When members of the University of California Board of Regents met Thursday to discuss whether to quash U.C.L.A.’s move to the Big Ten Conference, they had an unexpected item to consider: a letter enumerating why the decision to join the conference was a bad idea — even a financial loser — for the state’s flagship public university.
The three-page letter arrived earlier this week from someone the regents had never heard from before: George Kliavkoff, the commissioner of the Pac-12 Conference.
In the letter, obtained by The New York
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