All 12 schools showed their flair and individuality Wednesday during the 2018 Pac-12 Football Media Day. See each school's behind-the-scenes footage from the event.
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Washington, picked to win the Pac-12 title on Wednesday by the media at Pac-12 Football Media Day, has plenty of momentum and hype heading into the 2018 opener with Auburn.
Herm Edwards focused solely on his ASU squad Wednesday during 2018 Pac-12 Football Media Day in Hollywood.
Did Steven Montez just become the most relatable quarterback in the Pac-12? After admitting to a certain addiction Wednesday at Pac-12 Football Media Day … yeah, I think so.
UCLA head coach Chip Kelly is making his much-anticipated return to the coaching ranks this fall after spending a season with ESPN as a football analyst.
So, when he sat down with Pac-12 Networks' Mike Yam and Yogi Roth at Pac-12 Football Media Day on Wednesday, you know they had to sneak in some television talk.
“I actually enjoyed being a TV guy,” Kelly admitted. “It’s like anything in life: If you’re around good people, you have a lot of fun. We had a blast on Saturdays in Bristol.”
JJ Arcega-Whiteside and Alijah Holder talked everything outside of football with Ashley Adamson on Wednesday at 2018 Pac-12 Football Media Day.
Mike Leach explained Pullman's draw and intrigue during Pac-12 Football Media Day on Wednesday in Hollywood.
Hello, Pac-12 football fans! Today is a good day. It's Pac-12 Football Media Day, where the conference has already released its preseason media poll for the 2018 season.
It's a long offseason in college football, especially if a team misses out on a bowl game like Cal did by going 5-7 in 2017. Of course, that doesn't mean there's a lot of down time -- there's lifting to be done, sprints to be run, spring practices to be held, and in the case of the Golden Bears, books to be read.
Oregon got off to a roaring start in 2017, going 4-1 with the only blemish being a hard-fought 37-35 loss at Arizona State. The recurring theme for all those games? Offense. The Ducks scored at least 35 points in each of those games, including a 77-spot against FCS Southern Utah and 45 against Cal for its first conference win.