This is a good interview that Ted Miller conducts with Larry Scott. Not a whole lot of new information in the verbals. But as a doctoral candidate in psychology I find his reactions fascinating. If I read into his nonverbals correctly there are four interesting points to take away: 1) The $250M/yr might be a reach and has certainly not been settled...we may need to lower expectations there. 2) It's clear he is sensitive about the Pac-12 expansion and I suspect he may harbor doubts as well (despite the rhetoric) 3) He is very excited about the Asian expansion and genuinely believes the opportunity there is vast. This is a great sign. 4) He is similarly honestly enthused about the academic side of the PXII network and I think he believes that it will be a major factor in getting academic depts on the "side of" athletics. Also a really great sign. Larry Scott talks a great game but he needs to work on his poker face. It doesn't take a Paul Ekman (guy "Lie to Me" is roughly based on) to tell when there is some ambivalence in his message.