Five takeaways from George Kilavkoff’s Pac-12 Media Day remarks

After not hearing much from him in recent weeks, Pac-12 Commissioner George Kilavkoff entered Friday’s football media day during one of the most complicated times in the conference’s history.

The second-year commish still spoke confidently on media rights negotiations, the potential for expansion and a few other important topics with the start of the college football season about one month away.

Kilavkoff is betting on his own conference, and that was honestly an encouraging sight. Colorado AD Rick George, the last time he spoke, was also bullish on the Pac-12’s ability to stay together and weather the storm.

Here are my five biggest takeaways from what Kilavkoff shared:

Media rights are top of mind

The Pac-12 and Big 12 could develop a predator-prey relationship, but who's who?

UCLA's move to the Big Ten isn't coming easy

Kilavkoff still wants the Los Angeles market

The Pac-12 isn't expanding with just anybody

Story originally appeared on Buffaloes Wire