2016 Pac-12 Football Media Days: How to watch online and on TV
The 2015 Pac-12 football season produced an NCAA all-purpose yards record holder, six postseason bowl game wins and a Heisman Trophy runner-up. How will Conference of Champions top that? Football fans will get their first taste of the 2016 season during Pac-12 Football Media Days.
Pac-12 Networks is providing live coverage of both media days on site from Hollywood & Highland in Hollywood, California. The head coach and two players from all 12 teams will visit our Pac-12 Football Media Day Special set, spread across two days. Various columnists and conference luminaries also will be featured in the broadcasts.
In addition all 7 Pac-12 Networks, Pac-12 Football Media Day Special will be available for fans to watch on the Pac-12 Now app and on Pac-12.com. Be sure to stay tuned to the Pac-12 Football Media Days page, @Pac12Network and Pac-12 Conference Facebook page to see all the fun, behind-the-scenes content coming from Hollywood.
Check the schedule below to see when your favorite team will take the stage.
Thursday, July 14
|Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott||9:00 a.m.|
|Kyle Whittingham (HC)
JJ Dielman (OT) & Justin Thomas (DB)
|Rich Rodriguez (HC)
Nate Phillips (WR) & Sani Fuimaono (DL)
|Sonny Dykes (HC)
Steven Moore (OT) & DeVante Wilson (DE)
|Clay Helton (HC)
Zach Banner (OT) & Adoree' Jackson (DB/KR/WR)
|Mark Helfrich (HC)
Royce Freeman (RB) & Johnny Ragin (LB)
|Mike Leach (HC)
Gabe Marks (WR) & Parker Henry (LB)
Friday, July 15
|Pac-12 VP of Officiating David Coleman||9:40 a.m.|
|Mike MacIntyre (HC)
Sefo Liufau (QB) & Chidobe Awuzie (CB)
|Todd Graham (HC)
Tim White (WR/KR) & Tashon Smallwood (DL)
|Gary Andersen (HC)
Victor Bolden (WR) & Nick Porebski (P)
|Jim Mora (HC)
Conor McDermott (OT) & Jayon Brown (LB)
|Chris Petersen (HC)
Darrell Daniels (TE) & Kevin King (DB)
|David Shaw (HC)
Christian McCaffrey (RB) & Solomon Thomas (DE)