The Pac-12 kicks off the unofficial start of their college football season this morning with the first of two days of media briefings in Hollywood begin with a briefing from Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott at 9am.
But, before Commissioner Scott takes the stage, the Pac-12 Networks has already announced a new partnership. No, it isn’t a much-anticipated deal with DirecTV.
It’s a "premier streaming" partnership deal with Twitter they are calling Pac-12 Plus.
According to a Pac-12 Networks press release, Pac-12 Plus will be "a broadband network of live events produced by the conference’s 12 universities, with at least 150 games over the 2016-2017 academic year live streamed to fans on Twitter."
Our Pac-12 Media Days Schedule & Preview has the press conference and TV interview schedules for both today and tomorrow.
Bruin fans will want to tune in to the Pac-12 Networks, the Pac-12 Now apps or Pac-12.com tomorrow to see the interview with Coach Mora and the players. If you're not at home, you can watch using the Pac-12 Now app for your tablet or smartphone or on Pac-12.com.
While this is your 2016 Pac-12 Football Media Days - Day 1 Open Thread to discuss what's going on, be sure to visit the front page as we will have full coverage of Media Days.