Pac-12 Media Day Schedule: Friday

Dec 5, 2014; Santa Clara, CA, USA; General view of the Pac-12 logo at midfield of Levi
Dec 5, 2014; Santa Clara, CA, USA; General view of the Pac-12 logo at midfield of Levi /

The Pac-12 media days are scheduled to take place this upcoming Thursday and Friday, here is the complete list of events for Friday. (All times are in PST)

To view Thursday’s list of events, click here.

The second round of media day begins at 9 a.m. with the Vice President of Officiating, David Coleman. It is almost inevitable for him to get through his time on the hot seat without discussing improvements to the quality of Pac-12 referees after a horrendous 2015 season. Blown calls and a lack of consistency from Pac-12 refs will make this media time one to watch.

After Coleman is done getting raked over the coals, ASU will be center stage.

Head Coach Todd Graham will bring along Tim White and Tashon Smallwood to help field questions from the media. An update on who the starting quarterback will be for the Sun Devils this upcoming season will be what everyone is hoping for going into this time.

Coach Graham will probably also have to answer questions regarding how all of his new coaches and coordinators are fitting into his system. ASU’s 30 minute interview period will be a great opportunity for ASU fans to gauge how their team is doing with a little over a month until the beginning of the season.

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Oregon State is up once ASU has finished. The main topic regarding OSU will most likely have to do with how Head Coach Gary Andersen plans to approach this season after a 0-9 in-conference record last season.

Oregon State will be followed by UCLA. Head Coach Jim Mora will field questions with most likely pertaining to his quarterback, Josh Rosen.

Towards the end of last season Rosen looked like a calm and collected quarterback who made good timed throws and didn’t back away from a challenge. How Rosen looks coming into this season will be a big question on everyone’s mind.

Once UCLA has wrapped up, the University of Washington will be in the spotlight.

The University of Washington will most likely discuss Head Coach Chris Petersen’s contract extension and what it means for the football program.

The University of Washington will be followed by the 2015 Pac-12 Champions, Stanford.

Head Coach David Shaw will be joined by Christian McCaffrey, the 2015 Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year.

This might be one of the few media times where a player might be asked more questions than the coach. McCaffrey will be looking to continue his stellar play from last season and Coach Shaw will answer questions here and there but mostly will just sit back and relax.

The final team for the Pac-12 is Colorado.

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The Buffaloes are coming off another disappointing season and some might be wondering if Head Coach Mike MacIntyre might be on the hot seat. Questions regarding his future with Colorado and what his plans are for the football program moving forward should be expected.

And then, just as quickly as it began, the Pac-12 media days are over. Alot of questions will be answered and a lot of new questions will surface as we get ever-closer to the start of the 2016 season.