We’ve heard from the Big 12’s new, brash commissioner. The SEC bathed in the spotlight for a whole four days in Atlanta. The ACC talked. The Big Ten boasted. Now it’s the Pac-12’s turn to take the main stage.

The league takes to Los Angeles on Friday for its annual Media Day. Every Pac-12 coach, athletic director, and players from each school are on hand to talk about the new season, the future of the league, and whatever else gathered media can think to ask about. The unofficial start to the new college football season is upon us.

Here’s everything you need to know about the day-long event.

TV info

Pac-12 Networks will feature complete coverage of the day, which kicks off with league commissioner George Kliavkoff on the main stage at 8 a.m. PT on the Pac-12 Network and the Pac-12 Now app.

Pac-12 Networks’ Ashley Adamson, Nigel Burton, and Yogi Roth will be live from Los Angeles to break down the upcoming Pac-12 schedule, chat with attendees, and preview the players and storylines to watch for this 2022 football campaign. The trio will sit down with all 12 teams beginning at 10 a.m. PT on Pac-12 Network, the Pac-12 Now app, and Pac-12.com.

Adamson, Burton, and Roth will also chat with Kliavkoff and recap the sights and sounds of the day during a special installment of, “Pac-12 Football Media Day,” which will air at 4 p.m. PT on Pac-12 Network, the Pac-12 Now app, and Pac-12.com.

Additional coverage of Pac-12 Football Media Day can be seen across all Pac-12 digital and social media channels, including Pac-12.com, Twitter (@Pac12Network and @Pac12), Facebook (facebook.com/Pac12Conference), and Instagram (@Pac12Conference).

The studio show will begin team interviews with Utah. It’ll then welcome the following to the set in 15-minute increments: Stanford, Arizona, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington. The crew will take a break at 11:30 a.m. PT before getting rolling again at 2:30 p.m. PT with USC, followed by UCLA, Arizona State, Washington State, Cal, and Oregon State to close things out at 3:45 p.m. PT.

Main stage schedule

Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham will get things started for the coaches on the main stage. His presser begins at 8:45 a.m. PT. Oregon head coach Dan Lanning will take the dais next at 9:15 a.m., followed by Washington’s Kalen DeBoer (9:45 a.m.), Colorado’s Karl Dorrell (10:15 a.m.), Arizona’s Jedd Fisch (10:45 a.m.), and Stanford’s David Shaw (11:15 a.m.).

There will then be a brief break at the main podium before the coach pressers resume at 1 p.m. PT with Arizona State’s Herm Edwards. Washington State’s Jake Dickert (1:30 p.m.) goes next, followed by Cal’s Justin Wilcox (2 p.m.), Oregon State’s Jonathan Smith (2:30 p.m.), UCLA’s Chip Kelly (3 p.m.), and USC’s Lincoln Riley (3:30 p.m.).

Those main sessions with gathered media will air on Pac-12 Insider, the Pac-12 Now app, and Pac-12.com.

Player representatives in attendance

The following players are expected to be in attendance representing each team:

  • Arizona: WR Jacob Cowing, S Christian Young
  • Arizona State: OL LaDarius Henderson, LB Kyle Soelle
  • California: OL Matthew Cindric, S Daniel Scott
  • Colorado: OL Casey Roddick, LB Robert Barnes
  • Oregon: OL Alex Forsyth, edge DJ Johnson
  • Oregon State: TE Luke Musgrave, DB Alex Austin
  • Stanford: QB Tanner McKee, CB Kyu Blu Kelly
  • UCLA: OL John Gaines II, DB Stephan Blaylock
  • USC: QB Caleb Williams, LB Shane Lee
  • Utah: QB Cameron Rising, CB Clark Phillips III
  • Washington: OL Jaxson Kirkland, DB Alex Cook
  • Washington State: QB Cameron Ward, edge Ron Stone Jr.

We’ll have live coverage from the event throughout the day and the weekend.