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- Yesterday was the most eventful 24 hours in Husky football since the Cactus Bowl: Chris Petersen, Deontae Cooper and Travis Feeney appeared at Pac-12 Media Days; three-star cornerback Kentrell Love committed to Washington; and two-star offensive lineman Nick Harris announced his desire to join the Dawgs.
- In case you couldn't see it live yesterday, the Pac-12 Networks has uploaded Coach Petersen's media appearance to its website, as well as some footage of Cooper and Feeney.
- Mason Kelley posted a fun photo gallery from yesterday's event in Burbank, and ASAP Sports posted transcripts from everyone who took to the podium.
- Christian Caple's latest piece focuses on Deontae Cooper, who will dedicate his 2015 season to the memory of his late father. Adam Jude wrote about the topic, as well.
- Chantel Jennings asked Coop to provide a few tips for freshmen who will begin their first fall camps in a few weeks.
- Adam Jude writes that Petersen's media appearance yesterday makes it clear that he wants fans to temper their expectations for what could be a rough season.
Scott Eklund, Christian Caple and Adam Jude wrote about Kentrell Love's commitment, and they repeated the exercise later in the day for Nick Harris.
- USA Today's Dan Wolken wonders if the Pac-12 is biting off more than it can chew in its effort to bolster its strength of schedule.
- Bill Connelly wrapped up his Pac-12 previews by examining Oregon and UCLA.
- Seems fair to say Chris Petersen was happy with yesterday's outcome.