From Pac-12 Media Day, the Colorado Buffaloes were represented by coach Tad Boyle and rebounder Andre Roberson. Their travel partners, the Utah Utes, were represented by big man Jason Washburn and head coach, Larry Krystkowiak.
From Pac-12 Media Day, the Wildcats brought Sean Miller and Solomon Hill to discuss leadership and their newcomers while the Sun Devils were represented by Herb Sendek and Carrick Felix; who discussed the same stuff!
From Pac-12 Media Day, the Washington State Cougars, represented by Ken Bone and Brock Motum, told us about their trip to Australia and Motum's subsequent homecoming. Represented by Lorenzo Romar and Abdul Gaddy, the defending champs told us about their trip to Senegal and what great chemistry their group has heading into this season.
From Pac-12 Media Day, Craig Robinson was bombarded with questions about his brother-in-law so Angus Brandt could barely get a word in as the Oregon State rep. From Oregon, Dana Altman and EJ Singler told us about some of their newcomers and the evolving role Singler would have to take on for this team.
From Pac-12 Media Day, Johnny Dawkins and Aaron Bright of Stanford spoke of their time with Ray Lewis and what the NIT Championship meant to them. Meanwhile Mike Montgomery and Allen Crabbe discussed the maturing Richard Solomon and how to replace Jorge Gutierrez.
From Pac-12 Media Day, the Angeleno schools were represented by head coaches Ben Howland and Kevin O'Neill of UCLA and USC, respectively. With the player's perspective, Jio Fontan is ready to work hard for the Trojans while David Wear thinks there's some heavy competition at practice for the Bruins.