All 12 Pac-12 coaches joined the "Pac-12 Football Weekly" crew to talk about National Signing Day on Wednesday.
Over the years, kids have come up with colorful ways to announce their school of choice, but Iman Marshall might take the cake.
The 2015 National Signing Day frenzy took over the college football landscape on Wednesday, but Utah coach Kyle Whittingham also issued some news on his team's quarterback situation during his press conference with reporters.
It's not the No. 1 spot in the College Football Playoff Top 25 poll, but USC coach Steve Sarkisian will take it.
Score an assist to Pac-12 Networks.
Times, they are a-changin' when it comes to how schools announce their football recruiting classes. To each school, every commit deserves special attention, and that's exactly what they give them on Twitter.
Justin Reid is headed to Stanford as part of the Cardinal's Class of 2015,. He's already getting a warm Bay Area welcome from a familiar face, his NFL Pro Bowler of a big brother.
Some coaches get pumped up about top-flight quarterbacks, and rightfully so. Some are always jacked about the crop of five-star recruits they land, and that's great, too.
But for Washington football coach Chris Petersen, he wanted to make sure to tell everyone about his new guy that isn't under center, but actually is the center.
You might not know it, but Washington State coach Mike Leach is all about his hair.
In the moments before his National Signing Day interview with Pac-12 Networks' Mike Yam and Yogi Roth, Leach could be seen fixing his hair for the camera. Yam wouldn't let Leach off easy, and asked the coach about his hair stylings.
Gary Andersen has only been on the job at Oregon State for a few months, but he's already making an enormous impact on the Pac-12.