The Oregon Ducks get the nod in the latest media poll as the favorite to win the Pac-12 this year with USC finishing second in the South Division behind UCLA.
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. –
college football season is here and that means the Pac-12 Media Days is
rolling out the red carpet for Conference student-athletes and coaches
when they take over Paramount Studios July 23-24.
For the first time ever, Pac-12 Networks will cover all the action of
the two day affair live with the Pac-12 Football Media Day Special,
July 23 and 24 from 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. PT. In another first, both
shows will be available for viewing live on Pac-12.com without
Scout.com will also be on hand with live updates, video, interviews and
break downs of the event. Join Dan Weber, Lindsey Thiry and other
experts on the SCInsiders forum throughout the day to get the latest in
SCInsiders Live Thread: CLICK HERE
PAC-12 Network Live Stream: CLICK HERE
(Wednesday, July 23)
Interviews with head coaches Kyle Whittingham
(Utah), Rich Rodriguez (Arizona),Sonny Dykes (California), Steve Sarkisian (USC), Mark Helfrich (Oregon) and Mike Leach (Washington State).
Student-athletes duos from Utah (Dres Anderson, Nate Orchard), Arizona (Austin Hill, Jared Tevis), California
(Jared Goff, Stefan McClure), USC (Cody Kessler, Leonard Williams),
Oregon (Marcus Mariota, Derrick Malone) and Washington State (Connor Halliday, Darryl Monroe) share their expectations heading into the 2014
Yam, Neuheisel and Conway discuss the state of
college football with Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott
The trio gets schooled on the new rules of
play from Pac-12 football officiating coordinator Tony Corrente
(Thursday, July 24)
Interviews with head coaches Mike McIntyre
(Colorado), Todd Graham (Arizona State), Mike Riley (Oregon State), Jim
Mora (UCLA), Chris Petersen (Washington) and David Shaw (Stanford).
Student-athletes Nelson Spruce and Judah Parker of
Colorado, Arizona State’sTaylor Kelly and Jamil Douglas, Sean Mannion
and Michael Doctor of Oregon State, Bruin standouts Brett Hundley and
Eric Kendricks, Ben Riva and Hau'oli Kikaha of Washington and
Stanford’s Kevin Hogan and Jordan Richards weigh in on the state of
The Pac-12 Football Media Day Special marks the beginning of another
exciting season of football programming on Pac-12 Networks and
Pac-12.com. With 35 live football games, pregame, halftime and postgame
reports, plus the return of Pac-12 Football Weekly and the docu-series
The Drive: Pac-12 Football, Pac-12 Networks is the premiere destination
for Pac-12 football fans.
More exciting announcements surrounding Pac-12 Networks football
programming and personalities are still to come leading up to the
season kickoff August 28 that features Utah hosting Idaho State at 4:30
p.m. PT, followed by Weber State vs. Arizona State at 7:30 p.m. PT.