Pac-12 announces all 24 student-athletes heading to Hollywood for 2021 Football Media Day
SAN FRANCISCO - The 2021 Pac-12 Football season gets going on Tuesday, July 27 with the league's kickoff event, Pac-12 Football Media Day, presented by 76®, live from the W Hollywood Hotel on Pac-12 Networks Live. All 12 head coaches and two student-athletes from each Pac-12 team are set to take part, with the Pac-12 announcing today all 24 student-athletes headed to Hollywood. Coverage of the day-long event will be available across Pac-12 Networks, Pac-12 Insider, Pac-12.com and the Pac-12 Now app.
Pac-12 Networks’ Ashley Adamson, Nigel Burton and Yogi Roth will all be live from Hollywood, Calif. to bring fans the latest insight, breakdowns and a look at players to watch this upcoming season, all day long.
The day-long event will begin with opening remarks from Commissioner George Kliavkoff at 8 a.m. PT / 9 a.m. MT on Tuesday, July 27, followed by a media availability with Commissioner Kliavkoff, Senior Associate Commissioner of Football Operations Merton Hanks and Oregon Athletic Director and Chair of the Pac-12 Athletics Directors Committee Rob Mullens. All 12 head coaches and 24 student-athletes will then begin a circuit of availability beginning at 8:50 a.m. PT / 9:50 a.m. MT, with each head coach press conference available via Pac-12 Insider, Pac-12.com and the Pac-12 Now app.
Specific timing and details for Pac-12 Networks' coverage are available at Pac-12.com.
A complete list of all 36 head coaches and student-athletes attending and/or participating in this year's Football Media Day can also be found below:
2021 Pac-12 Football Media Day - Attendees & Participants
|School||Head Coach (Presser Time - PT)||Student-Athlete||Student-Athlete|
|Arizona||Jedd Fisch (3 p.m.)||Stanley Berryhill III (WR)||Anthony Pandy (LB)|
|Arizona State||Herm Edwards (1 p.m.)||Jayden Daniels (QB)||Chase Lucas (DB)|
|California||Justin Wilcox (8:50 a.m.)||Chase Garbers (QB)||Kuony Deng (LB)|
|Colorado||Karl Dorrell (2 p.m.)||Dimitri Stanley (WR)||Nate Landman (LB)|
|Oregon||Mario Cristobal (11:20 a.m.)||Alex Forsyth (OL)||Kayvon Thibodeaux (DE)|
|Oregon State||Jonathan Smith (9:50 a.m.)||Avery Roberts (LB)||Jaydon Grant (DB)|
|Stanford||David Shaw (10:20 a.m.)||Michael Wilson (WR)||Thomas Booker (DE)|
|UCLA||Chip Kelly (1:30 p.m.)||Dorian Thompson-Robinson (QB)||Qwuantrezz Knight (DB)|
|USC||Clay Helton (3:30 p.m.)||Kedon Slovis (QB)||Drake London (WR)|
|Utah||Kyle Whittingham (2:30 p.m.)||Britain Covey (WR)||Devin Lloyd (LB)|
|Washington||Jimmy Lake (10:50 a.m.)||Jaxson Kirkland (OL)||Trent McDuffie (DB)|
|Washington State||Nick Rolovich (9:20 a.m.) - via Zoom||Max Borghi (RB)||Jahad Woods (LB)|
Pac-12 Football Media Day this year will also see all 12 athletics directors present at the event, as well as other representatives from the Pac-12 staff, including Vice President of Officiating David Coleman.
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