An awkward Pac-12 media will take place Friday in Los Angeles. Awkward because it’s the first gathering of administrators, coaches and players since USC and UCLA joined the Big Ten. And the media will be there to ask a lot of questions.
Here is the schedule: Interestingly, USC goes last and it will all be streamed on the Pac-12 website.
2022 Pac-12 Football Media Day – Attendees & Participants
|School||Head Coach (Presser Time – PT)||Student-Athlete||Student-Athlete|
|Arizona||Jedd Fisch (10:45 a.m.)||Jacob Cowing (WR)||Christian Young (S)|
|Arizona State||Herm Edwards (1 p.m.)||LaDarius Henderson (OL)||Kyle Soelle (LB)|
|California||Justin Wilcox (2 p.m.)||Matthew Cindric (OL)||Daniel Scott (S)|
|Colorado||Karl Dorrell (10:15 a.m.)||Casey Roddick (OL)||Robert Barnes (ILB)|
|Oregon||Dan Lanning (9:15 a.m.)||Alex Forsyth (OL)||DJ Johnson (LB)|
|Oregon State||Jonathan Smith (2:30 p.m.)||Luke Musgrave (TE)||Alex Austin (DB)|
|Stanford||David Shaw (11:15 a.m.)||Tanner McKee (QB)||Kyu Blu Kelly (CB)|
|UCLA||Chip Kelly (3:00 p.m.)||Jon Gaines II (OL)||Stephan Blaylock (DB)|
|USC||Lincoln Riley (3:30 p.m.)||Caleb Williams (QB)||Shane Lee (LB)|
|Utah||Kyle Whittingham (8:45 a.m.)||Cameron Rising (QB)||Clark Phillips III (CB)|
|Washington||Kalen DeBoer (9:45 a.m.)||Jaxson Kirkland (OL)||Alex Cook (DB)|
|Washington State||Jake Dickert (1:30 p.m.)||Cameron Ward (QB)||Ron Stone Jr. (Edge)|
Maybe the most-anticipated part will be an opening statement from commissioner George Kliavkoff at 8 a.m. PT. He will then speak to the media with senior associate commissioner of football operations Merton Hanks and Stanford Athletic Director/Chair of the Pac-12 Athletics Directors Committee Bernard Muir.