The Pac-12 media days are scheduled to take place this upcoming Thursday and Friday, here is the complete list of events for Thursday. (All times are in PST)
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott starts the festivities off at 9 a.m. Possible topics include future expansion and things to look for in the upcoming football season.
Following commissioner Scott will be that team down south, U of A. They should talk about why they got destroyed in last year’s territorial cup game, but they probably will end up talking about improvements going into this season.
After U of A, the University of California takes center stage. Possible speaking point might be about moving forward without Jared Goff.
Once Cal has finished, USC will take the stage. Subject matter involving the Trojans might have to do with Clay Helton having a full off-season as head coach and USC having a top-15 recruiting class coming in.
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After the Trojans step off the stage, the Oregon Ducks will bo on the hot seat. Discussion topics could include their starting quarterback situation along with how they plan on making it back to the Pac-12 title game after a disappointing season, by Oregon’s standards, last season.
Once the Ducks waddle off the stage, Washington State will have the spotlight shining on them. Head Coach Mike Leach might discuss how he plans to continue the success they had last season as they finished with their best record since the 2003 season. Another topic of discussion might be how Luke Falk has progressed this off season after a great Sophomore season.
Once Washington State finishes, the Utah Utes finish up the first round of media days at 12 p.m. The Utes could talk about how they are preparing for this upcoming season, knowing that expectations are heightened after the past two successful seasons. Questions will also be asked regarding how they plan to fill the void left be running back Devontae Booker.
Even though Thursday doesn’t feature ASU, it still provides a lot of interesting storylines that could be discussed throughout the day.