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2019 Pac-12 Football Media Day Preview: How To Watch & Stream

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The Pac-12 will hold its annual football media day at Hollywood & Highland in Hollywood today.

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Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott has been under fire as the conference’s revenue sports have struggled nationally.
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It’s been another quiet summer for UCLA Football.

To be sure, UCLA has done better than last season when it comes to the preseason watch lists. Joshua Kelley was named to the Maxwell Award and the Doak Walker Award watch lists while Boss Tagaloa and Devin Asiasi were named to the Rimington Trophy and the John Mackey Award watch lists, respectively. But, that’s still fewer preseason honors than Bruin fans got used to during the Jim Mora era.

That could be because the UCLA Bruins finished last season with an awful 3-9 record, but there have seemed to be some glaring omissions. Regardless of the reason, it has contributed to a slower than usual July.

That changes this morning when the Pac-12 Conference hosts its annual Pac-12 Football Media Day at Hollywood and Highland in Hollywood.

Like last year, it will be a one-day event.

There will again be more live coverage than just what you see on the Pac-12 Networks cable channels.

Of course, the Pac-12 Networks will feature their usual live coverage starting with coverage of the Pac-12 North schools from 9:30 am PT until 12:00 noon PT. Then, after a short break, coverage will resume at 2:30 pm PT and go until 5 pm PT with coverage of the Pac-12 South schools including UCLA. Pac-12 Networks will begin the 2:30 pm coverage with an interview with Chip Kelly, Joshua Kelley and Krys Barnes.

But, that’s not all!

There will also be a live stream of Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott’s opening remarks streamed live at 8 am PT on Pac-12.com and the Pac-12 Now app.

For the second year in a row, all 12 head football coach availabilities at the main stage will be streamed live to Pac-12.com and the Pac-12 Now app.

It should be interesting because some of the schools are scheduled to be on Pac-12 Networks at the same time that they are on the podium for their main press conferences. So, unless each TV segment has been pre-produced, it’s not clear how these coaches and players will be able to be at the podium and on Pac-12 Networks at the same time.

Once each of these live streams has completed, each will be uploaded and available on-demand at Pac-12.com and the Pac-12 Now app.

Of course, additional and extensive coverage will be available across all Pac-12 Networks digital and social media channels, including Pac-12.com, the @Pac12Network and @Pac12 Twitter accounts, the Pac-12’s Facebook page, @Pac12Conference Instagram account, the @pac12conference Snapchat account and Pac-12 Networks’ YouTube channel.

The schedule for this year looks like this:

2019 Pac-12 Media Day Schedule

Affiliation Speakers Media Podium Time TV Schedule Time
Affiliation Speakers Media Podium Time TV Schedule Time
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott - Welcome 8:00 AM None
Oregon State Head Coach Jonathan Smith 8:50 AM 9:45 AM
Oregon State Jermar Jefferson, RB & Isaiah Hodgins, WR 8:50 AM 9:45 AM
California Head Coach Justin Wilcox 9:20 AM 10:00 AM
California Evan Weaver, LB & Camryn Bynum, CB 9:20 AM 10:00 AM
Stanford Head Coach David Shaw 9:50 AM 10:15 AM
Stanford K.J. Costello, QB & Casey Toohill, LB 9:50 AM 10:15 AM
Washington State Head Coach Mike Leach 10:20 AM 10:30 AM
Washington State Liam Ryan, OL & Jahad Woods, LB 10:20 AM 10:30 AM
Washington Head Coach Chris Petersen 10:50 AM 10:45 AM
Washington Nick Harris, C & Myles Bryant, DB 10:50 AM 10:45 AM
Inside Pac-12 Football Media Day: North Division ----- 11:00 AM
Oregon Head Coach Mario Cristobal 11:20 AM 9:30 AM
Oregon Justin Herbert, QB & Troy Dye, DB 11:20 AM 9:30 AM
UCLA Head Coach Chip Kelly 1:20 PM 2:30 PM
UCLA Joshua Kelley, RB & Krys Barnes, LB 1:20 PM 2:30 PM
Arizona State Head Coach Herm Edwards 2:20 PM 2:45 PM
Arizona State Eno Benjamin, RB & Cohl Cabral, C 2:20 PM 2:45 PM
Arizona Head Coach Kevin Sumlin 2:50 PM 3:00 PM
Arizona Khalil Tate, QB & J.J. Taylor, RB 2:50 PM 3:00 PM
Colorado Head Coach Mel Tucker 1:50 PM 3:15 PM
Colorado Laviska Shenault Jr., WR & Nate Landman, LB 1:50 PM 3:15 PM
Utah Head Coach Kyle Whittingham 3:20 PM 3:30 PM
Utah Zack Moss, RB & Bradlee Anae, DE 3:20 PM 3:30 PM
Southern Cal Head Coach Clay Helton 3:50 PM 3:45 PM
Southern Cal Michael Pittman Jr., WR & Christian Rector, DE 3:50 PM 3:45 PM
Pac-12 Networks Inside Pac-12 Football Media Day: South Division ----- 4:00 PM

Get excited! Football season is about to begin!


Go Bruins!!!