Don’t expect the Big 12 to look into expansion anytime soon. At least that’s the message conference commissioner Bob Bowlsby is sending at the league’s media days.

Big 12 Media Days kicked off on Monday, and Bowlsby opened up the event to kickoff the unofficial start of the college football season. Naturally, the first question asked to the commissioner was in regards to conference expansion.

It doesn’t sound like the conference has any interest in expanding at this point.

“We have had no discussion of expansion at any level,” Bowlsby said, according to ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg. “We like the 10 we have.”

The Big 12 is currently the smallest Power Five conference in college football with only 10 members. The B1G, SEC and ACC all have 14-team leagues and the Pac-12 is a 12-team conference.

Every year, rumors swirl about the Big 12 potentially expanding to return to a 12-team conference and re-establish divisions in college football. Right now, it seems that Bowlsby and everyone else in the league is happy with the schools that occupy the Big 12.