CULVER CITY -- Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott addressed several hot-button topics Friday at Pac-12 football media day:

Scott said it's unlikely the Pac-12 Networks will reach a distribution agreement with DirecTV for the 2013 football season: "They are trying to draw a line in the sand."

Scott added that fans should expect to hear "good news shortly" on the distribution front. He declined to get specific, but sources said the league has reached the framework for a deal with AT&T's U-verse that will be announced next month.

  • Scott on the possibility of the five power conferences (Pac-12, Big Ten, SEC, Big 12 and ACC) breaking away from the NCAA:

    "Everyone knows" it's a possibility, but "that's not the agenda -- not what we're aiming for."

    He added that "meaningful change" to NCAA governance could happen as soon as the convention in January.

  • Scott said several sitting Pac-12 athletic directors have expressed interest in serving on the football playoff selection committee: "No decisions have been made."

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