The 2015 college football season is on the horizon and the Pac-12 heads back to SoCal to kick off the festivities with Conference student-athletes and coaches converging on Warner Bros Studios for Pac-12 Football Media Day July 30-31. For the second straight year, Pac-12 Networks will be on site covering the two-day affair with the ‘Pac-12 Football Media Day Special’ airing live from 9:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. both days. 


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Pac-12 Networks' Pac-12 Football Media Day Special shows will stream live for free, no login required, during Pac-12 Football Media Days July 30-31 from Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California.


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Alex Morgan, along with two other women's soccer players, will be the first women to appear on the cover of EA Sports FIFA 16, the company announced Monday


Washington's Kelsey Plum and Arizona State's Sophie Brunner will try and take home gold for the United States tonight when they take on UCLA's Nirra Fields and Canada in Toronto at the Pan American Games.


Former California swimmer Caitlin Leverenz set a new Pan American Games record in the 400 individual medley Thursday in Toronto with a time of 4:37.74.


Former California swimmer Missy Franklin won the ESPY for best female collegiate athlete Wednesday night in Los Angeles. Arizona alum Steve Kerr and former Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota took home awards for best coach and best male collegiate athlete, respectively. 


UCLA will be breaking ground on new football and basketball practice facilities next month.


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Former Arizona basketball player Rondae Hollis-Jefferson made a splash on social media channels Monday after he was photographed holding a gigantic bag of popcorn.


Recent Pac-12 draftees Norman Powell and (UCLA) and Delon Wright (Utah) are off to a hot start at the Las Vegas Summer League with the Toronto Raptors.


Utah football coach Kyle Whittingham announced Friday morning that cornerback Dominique Hatfield has been dismissed from the team due to "further concerns" about his behavior.


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