On Friday, the conference descends on Los Angeles for Pac-12 Media Day.

Several schools had already announced player representatives attending the event, but on Monday the league revealed the full roster that will be on hand to talk about the upcoming season and not in any way be peppered with questions about USC and UCLA’s announced departure.

The day-long event will begin with opening comments from league commissioner George Kliavkoff at 8 a.m. PT on Friday, July 29, followed by a media availability with Kliavkoff, senior associate commissioner of football ops Merton Hanks, and chair of the Pac-12 athletics directors committee Bernard Muir.

All 12 head coaches and 24 student-athletes will then begin a circuit of availability beginning at 8:45 a.m. PT, with each head coach press conference streamed via Pac-12 InsiderPac-12.com and the Pac-12 Now app.

Here’s each player rep for the 12 teams:

  • 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.

Utah head coach Kyle Whittingham will get things started for the coaches. 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.).

We’ll have live coverage from the event.