Pac-12 Media Day kicks off our coverage of the college football season on Tuesday.
I’ll be in Los Angeles for the media festivities, filing throughout the day, which will be the beginning of what will be daily coverage (or really close to it) of Arizona Wildcats football from me and the rest of the TucsonCitizen.com Sports Network.
You can watch for yourself Tuesday as Pac-10.org will have streaming live video of the main press conferences. Here is the schedule:
9 a.m.: Commissioner Larry Scott opening remarks
9:05 a.m.: California – Coach Jeff Tedford/WR Marvin Jones
9:20 a.m.: Oregon – Coach Chip Kelly/TE David Paulsen
9:35 a.m.: Oregon State – Coach Mike Riley/S Lance Mitchell
9:50 a.m.: Stanford – Coach David Shaw/QB Andrew Luck
10:05 a.m.: Washington – Coach Steve Sarkisian/RB Chris Polk
10:20 a.m.: Washington State – Coach Paul Wulff/WR Jared Karstetter
10:35 a.m.: Break
10:45 a.m.: Arizona – Coach Mike Stoops/QB Nick Foles
11 a.m.: Arizona State – Coach Dennis Erickson/QB Brock Osweiler
11:15 a.m.: Colorado – Coach Jon Embree/QB Tyler Hansen
11:30 a.m.: UCLA – Coach Rick Neuheisel/RB Johnathan Franklin
11:45 a.m.: USC – Coach Lane Kiffin/QB Matt Barkley
Noon: Utah – Coach Kyle Whittingham/OT Tony Bergstrom
The Pac-12 media poll will be released in the morning. Here is how I predict the races in each division.