Football is getting closer. We're nearly two weeks away from Pac-12 Media Day and a month from fall camps opening up. Here are some news and notes.
- Even with the Pac-12 Networks scheduled to launch, there are a few lingering questions left to be addressed. Will every game actually be televised? Jon Wilner looks at some of that gray area. [College Hotline]
- TV writer Scott Pierce says: the "Pac-12 Network is going to work." [ParadisePost.com]
- Despite an ACL tear toward the end of spring practice, Colorado wide receiver Paul Richardson is hoping to play this season. [Denver Post]
- The Utah-BYU rivalry could end on Sept. 15 when the Utes and Cougars meet in Sept. 15. Former head coach Urban Meyer and Alex Smith insist that would be a "major mistake." [Salt Lake Tribune]
- UCLA is greyshirting two incoming freshmen, five will transfer too, to reach the 85 scholarship limit. [ESPNLosAngeles.com]
- USC junior wide receiver Robert Woods says incoming wideout/running back Nelson Agholor is "ahead of" where he was as a freshman. [Orange County Register]
- The Pac-12 Networks released a video highlight USC. [Conquest Chronicles]
- Washington State men's basketball will face Kansas in the semifinals of the CBE Hall of Fame Classic in November. [CougCenter]
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