Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott tested positive for COVID-19, the conference announced on Friday.
The 55-year-old Scott was feeling ill, prompting his desire to be tested, according to a statement from the Pac-12.
“After experiencing mild flu-like symptoms late this week and out of an abundance of caution, Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott was tested for COVID-19,” the statement read. “The the test for Commissioner Scott came back positive, and as a result he is self-quarantining at the direction of his physician.
“Commissioner Scott is continuing to carry on his duties remotely as normal.”
The announcement on Scott’s health came shortly after the league declared it would be limiting its fall sports schedule — including football — to conference-only games due to the coronavirus.
–Field Level Media