By Kevin Danna, special to Pac-12.com
Updated July 25, 2014

Pac-12 Football Media Days have come to an end in Los Angeles, but here's a recap of all the storylines and fun that went down at Paramount Studios.


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By Sarah Kezele, Pac-12.com staff
Updated July 24, 2014

The fun part about our Rick Neuheisel having coached Brett Hundley for a year at UCLA is he knows a lot about the Heisman hopeful. A lot.


By Kevin Danna, special to Pac-12.com
Updated July 24, 2014

Tyler Gaffney’s departure leaves the Cardinal without a set feature back for 2014. If you ask Stanford head coach David Shaw, that’s not a bad thing.


By Jack Follman, special to Pac-12.com
Updated July 24, 2014

Under the tutelage of Mike Riley and his staff, Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion has turned into one of the nation’s most prolific passers, but his development as a quarterback started long before his days in Corvallis.


In an era of college football when the vast majority of programs open up their seasons against FCS opponents and much smaller schools, Colorado is a rarity.


By Kevin Danna, special to Pac-12.com
Updated July 24, 2014

Arizona State quarterback Taylor Kelly talks about his love for cars and being known as the team mechanic at the 2014 Pac-12 Football Media Day.


By Kevin Danna, special to Pac-12.com
Updated July 24, 2014

If the prospect of jail time doesn’t scare you away from breaking the law, maybe a Brett Hundley tight spiral to the dome piece will.


Washington defensive end Hau’oli Kikaha is feared on the football field for his ability to get after opposing quarterbacks, but many might not know that the Pac-12’s leading returner in sacks from 2013 is also a force to be reckoned with on the mat as a well-trained competitor in judo and mixed martial arts.


College football scheduling doesn’t happen overnight; games are often planned years in advance. For example, UCLA has already announced a home-and-home series with LSU… for 2021 and 2024.


By Kevin Danna, special to Pac-12.com
Updated July 24, 2014

If there’s a downside to having success and going a BCS bowl game, it’s that the coaches – head or assistants – are ripe for promotions to higher-profile gigs. If there’s a downside to having sustained success and appearing in four consecutive BCS bowl games, it’s that this process can happen over and over again.


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