Police called to Oregon practice because of Pac-12 TV crew

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Cops called on Pac-12 Network at Oregon practice
Saturday August 22nd, 2015

Police were called to Oregon Ducks practice after Pac-12 Network analyst Curtis Conway was confronted by Oregon security, reports CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd. 

Conway was stopped by security and told to move away from an angle allowing him a view of the practice field, according to Dodd. Conway and a Pac-12 production crew were climbing a staircase to a production truck when they were stopped by security, the report says. 

Conway and the security guard were engaged in "standoff," says Dodd, which escalated until police were called. Multiple police cars eventually arrived to practice to diffuse the situation. 

The Pac-12 Network is owned by the conference. They did not comment on the report.

Oregon opens the 2015 season on Sept. 5 against Eastern Washington

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