On his way out, Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott blames the schools, not his policies, for the conference’s shortcomings

If you thought the departing Pac-12 commissioner’s reputation couldn’t sink any lower, you haven’t been paying attention for the past four or five years.

If you thought Larry Scott couldn’t outdo himself in a one-man race to the bottom, you don’t appreciate his utter lack of self-awareness.

We’ll say this about Scott: He’s staying true to form until the very end.

Then again, that form is a big reason the end is coming on June 30.

In an interview published earlier this week by the Associated Press, Scott showed exactly why he is despised by so many Pac-12 fans and disliked on so many campus officials.

He showed exactly

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