USC, UCLA received about $21.3 million each from Pac-12 Conference

USC, UCLA received about $21.3 million each from Pac-12 Conference
The USC Trojan Marching Band performs before a 2013 news conference. (Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times)

USC and UCLA each received about $21.3 million from the Pac-12 Conference during the 2013-14 fiscal year, according to the conference’s federal tax return.

The conference provided the return in response to a request from The Times.

The reporting period covers July 2013 to June 2014.

The Pac-12 reported total revenue of $374 million, an increase of about $41 million from the previous year.

All Pac-12 schools except Utah received more than $21 million. Utah received $16.1 million.

Commissioner Larry Scott earned total compensation of about $3.5 million.