Welcome, Utah and Colorado! Pac-12 football media day is Tuesday, July 26, in Los Angeles, and news conferences for each team will stream live on pac-12.org.
The order of appearance:
9:05 a.m.: Cal coach Jeff Tedford and wide receiver Marvin Jones
9:20 a.m.: Oregon coach Chip Kelly and tight end David Paulson
9:35 a.m.: Oregon State coach Mike Riley and safety Lance Mitchell
9:50 a.m.: Stanford coach David Shaw and quarterback Andrew Luck
10:05 a.m.: Washington coach Steve Sarkisian and running back Chris Polk
10:20 a.m.: Washington State coach Paul Wulff and wide receiver Jared Karstetter
10:45 a.m.: Arizona coach Mike Stoops and quarterback Nick Foles
11:00 a.m.: Arizona State coach Dennis Erickson and quarterback Brock Osweiler
11:15 a.m. Colorado coach Jon Embree and quarterback Tyler Hansen
11:30 a.m.: UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel and running back Johnathan Franklin
11:45 a.m.: USC coach Lane Kiffin and quarterback Matt Barkley
Noon: Utah coach Kyle Whittingham and offensive lineman Tony Bergstrom
After that, all coaches will head east to participate in ESPN Pac-12 coverage. WSU's Wulff will be all over ESPN-related outlets Thursday, July 28. His schedule:
8:10 a.m.: ESPNU
8:30 a.m.: "Game Day"
9 a.m.: ESPN.com/Page 2
9:30 a.m.: Facebook.com/ESPN
10 a.m.: Twitter chat at twitter.com/sportscenter
10:30 a.m.: ESPN.com chat (30 minutes)
11:10 a.m. "College Football Live"
11:30 a.m.: "SportsCenter"
11:50 a.m.: "SportsNation"
Wulff will appear on "SportsNation" with the other Pac-12 North coaches. Oh, to be a fly on the wall with Oregon's Kelly in the house.