LOS ANGELES — Larry Scott cannot recall, not with certainty, the last time he attended a college football game.
“Oh, boy,” he said last week, searching the recesses of his memory, because it was at least a dozen years back.
But good news, it was big-time football:
“A little different than USC-UCLA,” said Scott, a Harvard grad. “But it’s a big deal in the Northeast.”
Yeah, we’re looking at a steep learning curve for the Pac-10’s new commissioner.