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Happy Pac-12 Media Day! I hope your employers have recognized this most treasured of holidays and given you the day off.
Now that Media Day is here, it feels like the beginning of the season is in sight. Fall camp is a mere 10 days away and the season itself starts in just over a month. Yep, it's a great day to be a Pac-12 football fan.
I'll be at Sony Studios for today's event and I'll continuously provide updates via the CGB twitter feed and this open thread (assuming we have a stable onsite wireless network).
Here's the schedule. The conference's most entertaining coach is first to visit the stage after Larry Scott, so tune in early. Cal is up after the Mad Pirate, so you should just plan to block out the entire hour from 9am until 10am. Don't forget to tune in at 11:45am to bid farewell to Lane Kiffin. I hear this will be his last media day.
9:15 a.mElliott BoschDeone Bucannon
9:30 a.m.Bryce TreggsNick Forbes
9:45 a.m.Keith PriceSean Parker
10 a.mBrandin CooksRashaad Reynolds
10:15 a.mMarcus MariotaIfo Ekpre-Olomu
10:30 a.mDavid YankeyShayne Skov
11 a.mPaul RichardsonChidera Uzo-Diribe
11:15 a.mJake MurphyTrevor Reilly
11:30 a.m.Terrence MillerJake Fischer
11:45 a.m.Marqise LeeHayes Pullard
NoonTaylor KellyWill Sutton
12:15 p.m.Xavier Su’a FiloAnthony Barr)