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2017 Pac-12 Football Media Days Preview: How To Watch & Stream

Today and Thursday mark the unofficial start of the college football season in the Pac-12 when the conference holds their annual football media days at Hollywood & Highland in Hollywood.

Pac-12 Media Days return to Hollywood & Highland again this year.
Joe Piechowski

This morning, the 2017 Pac-12 Football Media Days begin. This year’s event is again being held at the Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood as it was last year, rather than at a movie studio as had been done for a few years in the past.

The Pac-12 Networks will cover the day live starting at 9:30 am PT both today and Thursday. The coverage will be repeated throughout the day both days. In addition, the Pac-12 Now app for Android and iOS and Pac-12.com will allow you to watch if you're not in front of a TV. Commissioner Larry Scott's opening remarks live Wednesday morning on the Pac-12 Conference Facebook page and @Pac12Network on Twitter.

Finally, the Conference recommends that anyone who wants a behind-the-scenes view of things, stay tuned to the Pac-12 Football Media Days page, Pac-12 Conference Instagram profile and the Pac-12 Conference Snapchat account to see all the fun coming from Hollywood.

The schedule for this year looks like this:

2017 Pac-12 Media Days Schedule

Date Press Conference Schedule Time TV Schedule Time
Date Press Conference Schedule Time TV Schedule Time
Wednesday, July 26, 2017 Welcome Larry Scott Pac-12 Commissioner 9:00 AM Larry Scott Pac-12 Commissioner 9:40 AM
Arizona Head Coach Rich Rodriguez Washington Head Coach Chris Petersen 9:50 AM
Jacob Alsadek, OL & Luca Bruno, DL 9:40 AM Jake Browning, QB & Keishawn Bierria, LB 10:06 AM
California Head Coach Justin Wilcox Arizona Head Coach Rich Rodriguez 10:16 AM
Tre Watson, RB & James Looney, DT 10:05 AM Jacob Alsadek, OL & Luca Bruno, DL 10:31 AM
UCLA Head Coach Jim Mora California Head Coach Justin Wilcox 10:42 AM
Scott Quessenberry, C & Kenny Young, LB 10:30 AM Tre Watson, RB & James Looney, DT 10:57 AM
Oregon State Head Coach Gary Andersen UCLA Head Coach Jim Mora 11:08 AM
Ryan Nall, RB & Manase Hungalu, LB 10:55 AM Scott Quessenberry, C & Kenny Young, LB 11:23 AM
Colorado Head Coach Mike MacIntyre Oregon State Head Coach Gary Andersen 11:34 AM
Phillip Lindsay, RB & Derek McCartney, LB 11:20 PM Ryan Nall, RB & Manase Hungalu, LB 11:48 AM
Washington Head Coach Chris Petersen Colorado Head Coach Mike MacIntyre 11:59 AM
Jake Browning, QB & Keishawn Bierria, LB 11:45 AM Phillip Lindsay, RB & Derek McCartney, LB 12:20 PM
Thursday, July 27, 2017 Officiating David Coleman Pac-12 VP of Officiating 9:40 AM
Oregon Head Coach Willie Taggart Utah Head Coach Kyle Whittingham 9:50 AM
Justin Herbert, QB & Troy Dye, LB 9:40 AM Salesi Uhatafe, RG & Filipo Mokofisi, DT 10:06 AM
Arizona State Head Coach Todd Graham Oregon Head Coach Willie Taggart 10:16 AM
Kalen Ballage, RB & JoJo Wicker, DL 10:05 AM Justin Herbert, QB & Troy Dye, LB 10:31 AM
Stanford Head Coach David Shaw Arizona State Head Coach Todd Graham 10:42 AM
Bryce Love, RB & Harrison Phillips, DT 10:30 AM Kalen Ballage, RB & JoJo Wicker, DL 10:57 AM
Washington State Head Coach Mike Leach Stanford Head Coach David Shaw 11:08 AM
Jamal Morrow, RB & Peyton Pelluer, LB 10:55 AM Bryce Love, RB & Harrison Phillips, DT 11:23 AM
Southern Cal Head Coach Clay Helton Washington State Head Coach Mike Leach 11:34 AM
Sam Darnold (QB) & Cameron Smith (LB) 11:20 PM Jamal Morrow, RB & Peyton Pelluer, LB 11:48 AM
Utah Head Coach Kyle Whittingham Southern Cal Head Coach Clay Helton 11:59 AM
Salesi Uhatafe, RG & Filipo Mokofisi, DT 11:45 AM Sam Darnold (QB) & Cameron Smith (LB) 12:14 PM

Bruins Nation will again be there only so look for our coverage throughout the day.

Notes & Predictions:

Where’s Josh?: Three of the 12 schools will be bringing their quarterbacks, but Josh Rosen will be nowhere to be seen as UCLA Head Coach Jim Mora has, instead, opted to bring Bruin center Scott Quessenberry.

Line Wins Games: Three schools will be bringing offensive linemen this year.

Most Important Topic: The Boston University CTE brain study is likely to be a big topic of conversation tomorrow.

Most Predictable Answer: Coach Mora's refusal to label his offense when asked about what new OC Jedd Fisch is going to be running.

Now, I'm putting it to you. What would you ask Jim Mora about today if you could? Two years ago, his response to a question about running more slants submitted by one of our readers generated a Madden-esque response from Coach Mora. What would you like to see him asked this year? Put it in the comments below and I'll try to ask at least one of them.

Go Bruins!!!