Just when you thought you had your favorite colleges finally matched with their current and future conferences comes word that the landscape is shifting again.
The latest thunderbolt came Monday when Maryland said it will leave the Atlantic Coast Conference for the Big Ten in 2014. That announcement was soon to be followed by the news that Rutgers is bolting the Big East for the Big Ten.
How does Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott see the latest moves affecting his conference?
"I don't," Scott said in an email response Monday.
Scott was the man who helped trigger the current push for conference expansion when he twice made a play to lure Texas from the Big 12.
The first attempt failed to get Texas and Oklahoma but led to the Pac-10 adding Utah and Colorado.
Last year, when rumors of another run at Texas emerged, Pac-12 presidents and athletic directors emphatically told Scott they were happy with the 12-team configuration.