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Pac-12 Media Day Open Thread

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The best football conference in the country kicks off the first day of its media event today.

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The Huskies don't take the stage today, but it's still an intriguing day for Husky fans as UW's two biggest rivals end the day back-to-back. Former Washington coach Steve Sarkisian will also be under the bright lights in his new role as head coach of the USC Trojans.

The Pac-12 has coverage information and streaming options here: http://pac-12.com/article/2014/07/11/2014-pac-12-football-media-day-tv-info-and-how-watch-online . Don't get the Pac-12 Networks? No problem, as they've opened this up to everyone, with no login information required to view. As long as you've got internet access, you can catch the day's events.

Chris Petersen, Ben Riva, and Hau'oli Kikaha will get on stage tomorrow, but will be doing interviews with Pac-12 partner media entities throughout the day, so there should be content concerning the Dawgs coming out over the course of the day.

Here is the schedule of events for Wednesday:

Guests On Pac-12 Networks
Utah's Kyle Whittingham, Dres Anderson, Nate Orchard 9:35 a.m.
Arizona's Rich Rodriguez, Austin Hill, Jared Tevis 10:12 a.m.
Cal's Sonny Dykes, Jared Goff, Stefan McClure 10:52 a.m.
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott 11:17 a.m.
USC's Steve Sarkisian, Cody Kessler, Leonard Williams 11:31 a.m.
Oregon's Mark Helfrich, Marcus Mariota, Derrick Malone 12:12 p.m.
Washington State's Mike Leach, Connor Halliday, Darryl Monroe 12:50 p.m.

Update 8:42am (Landon)

The Pac 12 Media Poll has come out and your Huskies are (yawn) predicted to come in third by a pretty wide margin. Full results below.

Pac-12 Media Poll, North edition.
1. Oregon (37 1st place votes)
2. Stanford (2)
3. Washington
4. Oregon State
5. Washington State
6. Cal

Pac-12 Media Poll, South edition
1. UCLA (37 1st place votes)
2. USC (1)
3. Arizona State (1)
4. Arizona
5. Utah
6. Colorado

Pac-12 title game champion:
Oregon (24 votes)
UCLA (13 votes)
Stanford (1)
USC (1)